George Floyd protests: Resources for online newsgathering, verification, protecting sources and colleagues
How to use social media to report on the protests over police brutality and structural racism sweeping the world.
How to use Facebook’s Ad Library to find coronavirus stories
Searching and understanding the archive can enrich research and reporting — and potentially reveal some interesting leads.
Lessons on covering coronavirus misinformation from the fallout of 'Plandemic'
Experts weigh in on the viral conspiracy theory video illustrating how disinformation spreads in the ‘infodemic’
How to analyze Facebook data for misinformation trends and narratives
Learn some basic data journalism techniques for researching health misinformation on Facebook, Instagram and Reddit using the platform CrowdTangle.
Coronavirus: How are the social media platforms responding to the 'infodemic'?
As rumours and hoaxes about Covid-19 spread, here's how the biggest platforms are working to tackle misinformation.
Year in Review: 'Facebook's refusal to fact check political ads is one of the biggest threats to civil discourse'
Kevin Nguyen, a digital forensics reporter and producer with ABC, is an expert in digital verification based in Sydney.
Think 'Sheep' before you share to avoid getting tricked by online misinformation
We can have all the checks and balances in the world but it is the right mindset which is crucial to not get tricked.
Brexit Party and Scottish Conservative officials behind Facebook ads attacking Labour
The people behind City Action and Capitalist Worker registered as non-party campaigners to advertise in the UK's general election.
Thousands of misleading Conservative ads side-step scrutiny thanks to Facebook policy
Online ads have become a central theme of the election, where parties can reach voters with micro-targeted messages.