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Fight disinformation

Disinformation campaigns by states, economic opportunists, and the misinformed themselves threaten to erode the common understandings, shared identities, and empirical bedrock that underlies our collective decisionmaking. While disinformation campaigns have used mass media to spread for many years, social media platforms have proven an exceptionally hospitable environment for the proliferation of falsehoods. Those looking to limit disinformation’s effect on society and bolster truth in media have likewise turned to technology to help keep up with the volume and precision of constantly evolving disinformation campaigns.

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4Facts

4Facts is a tool that allows you to easily evaluate the credibility of your posts by commenting and flagging problems encountered in various articles. Check the facts, compete with the pros, and raise your media literacy!

Alt News

committed to fact-checking in a fair, transparent and non-partisan manner.

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Aunt Meiyu

A Taiwanese developer Carol created a chatbot called Aunt Meiyu on popular messaging app LINE. Aunt Meiyu is designed to combat disinformation circulated in private chat group, especially family chat groups

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Boom

BOOM is an independent digital journalism initiative with a mission to fight misinformation and make the internet safer.

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Boom Live

It is an independent digital journalism initiative with a mission to fight misinformation and make the internet safer.

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Boston’s Smart Streets page

City page covers which tracking technologies are in place, why, and what they mean for privacy

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BS Detector

A browser extension that alerts users to unreliable news sources.