Archive for misinformation

Statement: Facebook to Restrict Sharing of News in Australia
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Statement: Facebook to Restrict Sharing of News in Australia

Facebook has announced it will limit sharing and viewing of news by publishers and users in Australia on its platform, in response to the proposed ... Read More
Statement: News Media Alliance Criticizes U.S. Trade Representative Letter Pressuring Australian Government to Postpone Platform Bargaining Code
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Statement: News Media Alliance Criticizes U.S. Trade Representative Letter Pressuring Australian Government to Postpone Platform Bargaining Code

Today the News Media Alliance sent a letter to the U.S. Economic Council Director, Brian Deese, and the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR)-Designate, Hon. Katherine Tai, to ... Read More
Flaws in Ad Tech Contribute to False Perceptions of Brand Safety, Ad Blocking, and Disinformation
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Flaws in Ad Tech Contribute to False Perceptions of Brand Safety, Ad Blocking, and Disinformation

Disinformation and trust in news were key drivers of the tragic riots that took place on January 6, 2021 at the U.S. Capitol. But as ... Read More
Statement: Facebook's Threat to Block News in Australia
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Statement: Facebook’s Threat to Block News in Australia

Facebook's threat to block real journalism from its properties is simply an attempt to bully the Australian government and legislature.  It is also a clear ... Read More
Facebook Advertisers - Let's Talk
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Facebook Advertisers – Let’s Talk

Our high-quality journalism offers brand safe environments for advertising. Yet news publishers are facing greater challenges than ever due to decreasing advertising revenue resulting from ... Read More
Ad: Dear Facebook Advertisers - Let's Talk
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Ad: Dear Facebook Advertisers – Let’s Talk

As advertisers boycott Facebook due to concerns about their ads appearing next to questionable content, let them know that your news publication provides quality content ... Read More
First of Three NewsLitCamps In D.C. Begins 4/21
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First of Three NewsLitCamps In D.C. Begins 4/21

Tomorrow the News Literacy Project kicks off the first NewsLitCamp in Washington, D.C. at the Newseum. This full-day, interactive program is focused on connecting teachers ... Read More
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