Disinformation [noun]

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Putting Verify’s brand in different formats and onto new platforms will allow its fact-checking content to reach more people in local communities vulnerable to misinformation and disinformation, which is false information spread regardless of intent.

One of the most prolific sources of vaccine disinformation, Doctores por la Verdad, or Doctors for Truth, appears to have started in Spain and moved to Argentina and a dozen other countries, peddling myths that eventually reached the United States.

Meanwhile, Democrats tend to be intent on changing Section 230 to suppress extremist speech, ad messages or disinformation that could lead to harassment or harm against vulnerable people.

Most dangerously, the disinformation often contains a grain of truth to make it more believable.

Today, like the 1940s, we must confront dangerous concentrations of unaccountable media power and attendant disinformation about public health, elections, insurrections and other life and death issues.

She piloted a nameless, secret project, which she has never before publicly discussed, that tracked disinformation online and tried to figure out how to combat it.

Facebook is plagued by low public approval, a massive antitrust case in the United States, regulatory scrutiny all over the world, and allegations that its platform is undermining democracy and is rife with disinformation.

Users play “chief disinformation officer,” and over the course of the game, they must must create “internal divisions” and pit residents against one another.

“There will be additional lawsuits, and we are continuing to take an evidence-based look at others who orchestrated and amplified the disinformation campaign,” Clare said.

Shareholders at Omnicom and Home Depot have urged both businesses to review whether or not their ad buys help spread and fund hate speech and disinformation.