In Cameroon, where English-speaking separatists are fighting the largely French-speaking government to establish a new nation, journalists covering the violence are increasingly finding themselves behind bars on a surprising charge: fake news.
YouTube will invest $25 million in funding “quality journalism” on its platform. The initiative aims to provide context and to promote ‘reputable’ sources, but it’s unclear as to what that entails.
Western claims of a chemical attack in Douma have been thoroughly debunked to be a false-flag staged event as irrefutable evidence and eyewitness accounts continue to emerge, and more independent journalists arrive in Douma to discover and confirm a gas attack never took place.
While horrible photos of the victims killed in the alleged April 7 Douma chemical attack posted on social media by the White Helmets rapidly spread throughout Western media generating universal shock Read More…
“There was not a single corpse,” Russian experts reported from their inspection of the alleged chemical attack site in Douma, calling it “another staged event.”
In light of the recent mounting criticism over how fake news sites may have influenced the presidential election’s outcome, Google has agreed to fund a project to develop automated fact-finding tools.