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Deepfakery: MIT Media Lab Talk Series 2020
Interdisciplinary discussions with leading artists, activists, academics, film-makers and journalists on the good, the bad, and the ugly fakes.
Fake News. It's complicated
Article by Claire Wardle of Harvard Kennedy School Shorenstein Center. Fake News comes in different kinds of shrouds. Take time to digest news before you share with others. Great introductory insights on the contexts within which fake news abides.
Find out what leading fake news stories are circulating out there. You won't believe your eyes...
Media Bias Fact Check
A site that examines bias in media from all points of the political spectrum. It includes a "Daily Source Bias Check" that examines the truthfulness and bias of various news sources.
News, Newspapers Guide
Excellent overview on US and international news sources, news aggregators, and useful tips on their content.
Started in 2007 as a project of the Tampa Bay Times (then named the St. Petersburg Times), Florida’s largest daily newspaper. Rates rates the accuracy of claims made by U.S. politicians with the Truth-o-Meter.
StopFake.ORG - How to Identify a Fake
Russia-specific tips on how to identify fake news resources one might encounter in the Russian media.
StopFake.ORG - Tools
Russia specific examples, good tips and tools on how to identify fake information one could encounter in the Russian net.
Verification Fundamentals from Verification Handbook
Written for investigative journalists by journalists but it is for everyone interested in becoming a knowledgeable consumer of news and other types of information.
Verification Handbook, Tools
Excellent tool tips on how to verify and identify location, image, video sources and other types of materials one might encounter online.