U.S. President Donald Trump’s campaign has been building an alternative channel for him for months, a smartphone app that aims to become a one-stop news, information and entertainment platform for his supporters, in part because of concerns that the..
Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook won't fact-check politicians Amid US President Donald Trump's war on social media, after Twitter fact-checked his recent tweet and put a warning label in the post and a subsequent tweet, after the politician made a claim..
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Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook
Shouldn’t Be the ‘Arbiter of Truth’ Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has seemingly sided
with Donald Trump in his recent feud against Twitter. Twitter came under fire by the president after
fact-checking his tweet..
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US President Donald Trump signed an executive order to limit liability protections social-media companies enjoy. This comes after Twitter flagged Trump’s tweets with fact-check warning. Trump had claimed mail-in ballots would be ‘fraudulent’ and..
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Jack Dorsey defends fact-checking Donald Trump's tweet The micro-blogging platform put a warning label in the post and a subsequent tweet, after the politician made a claim without providing any tangible evidence. The tweets were both accompanied by a..
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey responded to criticism over adding fact-checking labels to the president’s tweets. According to Business Insider, Twitter tagged mail-in ballots tweets as something that needed to be checked. Dorsey said he’s “ultimately..
Trump Signs Executive Order
Targeting Social Media Companies President Donald Trump signed
the executive order that seeks to curtail
social media "censorship" on Thursday. The move comes two days after
Trump's tweets regarding mail-in..
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Today, President Trump is expected to announce an executive order against social media companies. The White House did not release details on the announcement, but it comes after Twitter put a "fact-check" on one of the president's tweets.
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Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has defended the platform’s decision to fact-check Donald Trump’s tweets after Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg questioned the move. Earlier this week, Twitter added fact-checking labels to two tweets from the US president..
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Uttarakhand Police have filed FIR against some people for spreading fake news regarding forest fire in the state. While speaking to ANI, DG (Law and Order) of Uttarakhand Police, Ashok Kumar said, "Some people have spread a rumour on social media that..
Vanity Fair’s Royal Correspondent Katie Nicholl is quarantining from London and fact checking scenes from seasons 1, 2, and 3 of ‘The Crown.' From wardrobe to Royal Family dynamics, Katie breaks down Royal fact from fiction and explains what the..