When does reporting become a megaphone for disinformation?
When it comes to websites with masked motives, can coverage do more harm than good? Recent discussions at First Draft tried to address this inherent problem.
'A time of great shift': Journalists reflect on covering mass shootings and extremism
The murder of more than 20 people in El Paso, Texas, became the third shooting in 2019 linked to an online 'manifesto'. What challenges does this disturbing phenomenon bring to the newsroom?
CrossCheck Nigeria launches to fight information disorder
16 newsrooms will work together to discover and investigate misleading and fabricated information around the February election
Journalism Project Comprova Begins to Publish in Brazil
First journalism collaborative dedicated to tackling misinformation to use the WhatsApp Business API for managing communications with audiences
Information Disorder: The Definitional Toolbox
Definitions matter. These tools will give you the words you need to talk about information disorder.
Indonesian Journalists Prepare to Bring Verification to a Wider Audience
First Draft, the Google News Initiative and Internews bring the "Training of Trainers" program to Jakarta
How far breaking-news misinformation and verification have come
First Draft's Eoghan Sweeney offers his take on how the field of verification has changed to tee up our free, one-hour course
Free Online Course on Identifying Misinformation
Our free, one-hour course teaches journalists and the general public how to verify online media, so that they don't fall for hoaxes, rumors and misinformation
Six Key Points from the EU High Level Group’s New Report on Disinformation
A response to the new report from the EU Commission's High Level Expert Group on Fake News, “A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Disinformation”