A flurry of vaccine misinformation has sprung up on social media following the recent Covid-19 vaccine announcements.
Our analysis of the most influential online vaccine conversations revealed an environment cluttered with a confusing patchwork of harmful narratives and data deficits.
Follow this step-by-step guide to collect and analyse data from Twitter, about anything from coronavirus rumours to anti-vax claims and more.
Since the Dengvaxia controversy, the confidence in vaccines among Philippine parents plummeted from 82 percent in 2015 to only 21 percent in 2018.
'Bots' appear in news stories with alarming regularity. But are we using the term correctly? First Draft investigates the difficulty with understanding online automation.
The fourth book in First Draft's series of Essential Guides looks at the tools and techniques for finding newsworthy material online.
Memes, WhatsApp, and the power of audio have all featured in the run up to polling day.
Hundreds of users bearing US hashtags or created since June helped promote the British Prime Minister in activity experts called 'suspicious'.
A conversation with Alessandra Monnerat from Estadão Verifica, the fact-checking unit of the Brazilian newspaper Estadão.
What Spanish journalists working on CrossCheck's Comprobado project and other researchers discovered about the spread of misinformation during recent elections