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Today β€” December 13th 2018Your RSS feeds

Dans les écoles françaises, la leçon du jour : à quel tweet se fier ?

By ADAM SATARIANO and ELIAN PELTIER

Pour combattre la désinformation et la radicalisation, la France propose l’un des plus grands efforts au monde pour apprendre aux jeunes à identifier les « fake news ».

In France, School Lessons Ask: Which Twitter Post Should You Trust?

By ADAM SATARIANO and ELIAN PELTIER

To combat online misinformation and radicalization, one of the world’s largest national internet literacy efforts is teaching students how to spot junk information.

In France, School Lessons Ask: Which Twitter Post Should You Trust?

By ADAM SATARIANO and ELIAN PELTIER

To combat online misinformation and radicalization, one of the world’s largest national internet literacy efforts is teaching students how to spot junk information.

Yesterday β€” December 12th 2018Your RSS feeds

The Shift: Is Tech Too Easy to Use?

By KEVIN ROOSE

The tech industry’s obsession with “frictionless” design has been the source of innumerable problems.

The Shift: Is Tech Too Easy to Use?

By KEVIN ROOSE

The tech industry’s obsession with “frictionless” design has been the source of innumerable problems.

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Myanmar Dispatch: A General Kicked Off Facebook Can Still Glorify Military at Grandiose Museum

By PAUL MOZUR

The colossal museum built by Myanmar’s military to honor itself and its leader showcases the mind-set of a force obsessed with its reputation. A critic calls it “a sign of their megalomania.”

Myanmar Dispatch: General Kicked Off Facebook Can Still Glorify Military at Grandiose Museum

By PAUL MOZUR

The colossal museum built by Myanmar’s military to honor itself and its leader showcases the mind-set of a force obsessed with its reputation. A critic calls it “a sign of their megalomania.”

letters: Decades of Fake News, Courtesy of the Kremlin

Videos about Russia’s disinformation operations inspired one reader to draw a humorous map — “my way of shrinking my fright” — while others expressed their fears in our comments.

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