The use of WhatsApp in spreading fake news in certain countries is causing some governments to worry.
A Reuters study found that young people prefer apps like WhatsApp over Facebook for discussing news.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony in front of European Parliament will, in fact, be livestreamed, despite initially being a private meeting.
Facebook released detailed data on how many pieces of objectionable content the site had to remove in the past several months.
Active users of Twitter shared rumors and unverified information rapidly during two disasters, and very few bothered to correct the misinformation even after being proven wrong, a study of their tweets found.
InfoWars radio host Alex Jones was sued by three Sandy Hook parents for repeatedly claiming the 2012 school shooting was a hoax perpetrated on behalf of gun control proponents.
Fox News aired a graphic on Sunday's episode of "Media Buzz" that cited data calling the network untrustworthy.
President Donald Trump confirmed he will once again skip the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Facebook announced a new feature that will allow users to more thoroughly and accurately judge sources of news articles they see on their news feeds.
SBG, which owns more than 170 news channels across the United States, have reportedly compelled anchors and reporters to become mouthpieces for right-wing politics by forcing “must-run” segments on their outlets.
YouTube will use information from Wikipedia in attempts to combat conspiracy theories.
A mother discovered her daughter had taken her own life shortly after she recorded a video of herself mimicking a suicide attempt.
Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology found human users of Twitter shared falsehoods faster and more widely than they shared facts.
Companies like Nike, Moen, Expedia, Acer, ClassPass, Honey, Alibaba, and OneFamily have suspended their ads from Alex Jones’ channel.
A complaint filed by a former employee claimed Alex Jones reportedly called him "the resident Jew" or "the Jewish individual."
Former Breitbart tech editor and attempted author Milo Yiannopoulos has a new gig: InfoWars dietary pill pitchman.