'It can be exhausting... but I also know that many people feel powerless over the situation right now.'
On Mar 24, 2020 by Mikael Thalen
The post, which purports to come from a Stanford medical professional, claims the sun and drinking water will kill the virus. It has been debunked.
On Mar 12, 2020 by Tiffanie Drayton
Some groups have tens of thousands of members.
On Mar 11, 2020 by Claire Goforth
Fake cures, racist tropes, and conspiracy theories are rampant.
On Mar 2, 2020 by Claire Goforth
There are several options that users can pick.
On Jan 30, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich
One TikTok user says she had a panic attack after viewing a video of his.
On Jan 28, 2020 by Mikael Thalen
The fictitious image continues to spread on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
On Jan 9, 2020 by Mikael Thalen
One of the narratives being pushed out is that Democrats are endorsing 'infanticide.'
On May 29, 2019 by Mikael Thalen
People are concerned about the spread of misinformation.
On May 25, 2019 by Stacey Ritzen
Clip of politician viewed nearly 1.5 million times on one Facebook page alone.
On May 23, 2019 by Mikael Thalen
The accounts were deleted for coordinated inauthentic behavior.
On Mar 9, 2019 by Stephanie Fillion
The next time you see a post about vaccines causing autism, don't even bother trying to correct it.
On Oct 16, 2015 by Patrick Howell O'Neill