Technology has made it increasingly easy to create fake videos. But that doesn’t stop social media from sharing sensational clips before verifying the content. How can you tell what’s real and what’s not?
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.
The anti-Semitic attacker allegedly acted alone, but he was part of a digital community. Via the internet, hatred and agitation are spread across borders. DW takes a look at the digital world of right-wing extremism.
Endangered reptiles are being traded on Facebook. Wildlife activists say tech giants aren't doing enough to shut down groups buying and selling live animals.
The Google-owned video-sharing platform has pledged to remove content that glorifies Nazi ideology or well-document events like the Holocaust and 9/11. YouTube is also tweaking its algorithm that recommends videos.
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