Remember Pokémon Go? It’s still around, and now the smartphone game is celebrating Valentine’s Day with its latest in-game event that gets into the theme of love and companionship.
You, too, can join the battle against misleading and other "fake" news online. But your options are somewhat limited unless you're already an academic or data scientist studying the subject.
While sites like Google and Facebook try to find ways to stop "fake news" without censorship, Twitter's challenge is stopping hateful and abusive comments without silencing freedom of expression.
Social media companies Facebook, Google and others launched an initiative to tackle fake news stories in France, with the media in the spotlight as the country’s presidential election approaches.
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