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The spread of fake news has resulted in crime and death in India. [Read More]
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WhatsApp is now limiting users from forwarding messages in India, in an attempt to control the menace of fake news. [Read More]
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More changes are coming as the private messaging service continues to fight the spread of misinformation. [Read More]
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'When rumours and fake news get propagated by mischief mongers, the medium used for such propagation cannot evade responsibility and accountability,' India's government warned... [Read More]
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The social messaging service has been blamed for its role in spreading dangerous and inaccurate information. [Read More]
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Facebook says it will begin removing false information from its site that could lead to violence. "There are certain forms of misinformation that... [Read More]
In India, fake news can be deadly. About 20 people have been lynched by mobs, amid social media messages of kidnappers on the loose. Police... [Read More]
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The smartphone footage shows two blood-soaked men pleading for their lives. Moments later they are dead — two more victims of lynchings sparked by ru... [Read More]
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