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These days pretty much everything can be faked, from diamonds to news videos. How can we tell what’s real and what isn’t?
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With his violent language, Donald Trump has divided the US. Can President-Elect Joe Biden heal those wounds? A communication expert weighs in.
Conspiracy theories, doctored photos, fake news, bot-boosted messages designed to elicit an angry reaction. Disinformation abounds in free societies, but there are steps you can take to fight it, says Ingo Mannteufel.
The internet is teeming with funny photograph and GIF memes. But a closer look reveals that the medium often conveys sinister political messages, as well. That is why media literacy is key.
The technology that can realistically manipulate footage is mostly being used for pornography, says a new report. It has also caused several major political scandals already.
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