The best of BBC reporting, education and training to help you understand the challenges posed by disinformation and fake news.
Members of the BBC's anti-disinformation team offer insider tips on how to verify photos and videos online.
Conspiracy theories and speculation about coronavirus is rife on social media. But who's behind these rumours?
Coronavirus misinformation is flooding the internet.
Zeinab Badawi explains how we can all slow the spread of harmful falsehoods online.
The path of viral misinformation.
False stories about coronavirus have been spreading since the outbreak started in China.
All the BBC's News stories about disinformation.
Event overview and exclusive interviews.
What is microtargeting and how are companies and political parties using it to manipulate you online?
Trolls can intimidate and close down debate. Learn how to engage without falling victim to their anger.
If something feels too good to be true, start checking. Discover how a grain of truth can weave a false story.
How do you verify something before you share and what could the consequences of sharing be?
How to spot fake accounts, fake engagement and bots.
How to avoid being trapped in a bubble where everyone agrees with you.
With so much fake news, why is it important to have real, trustworthy news sources? Discover how news is made...
BBC Bitesize helps students navigate the maze of headlines, understand the impact of false information and...
What began as a way to describe misinformation was quickly diverted into a propaganda tool. The BBC's Dave Lee...
Find out more about the BBC's journalism and media project that encourages young people to share their stories...
Top tips for spotting 'fake news' on social media from a BBC disinformation specialist.
Misleading coronavirus advice is going viral on social media feeds.
Everybody knows the expression 'fake news', but what does it mean and how can you protect yourself from it?
The BBC’S Young Reporter workshops and videos have been piloted in Myanmar’s main city, Yangon.
BBC Young Reporter workshops and videos continue to support young audiences in Nigeria and Kenya.
How the BBC responded to the fatal violence caused from sharing false videos and images.
What are the motives behind generating fake fews?
What are some of the signs to not trust a person or organisation sending you information?
Ways to do quick checks.
Discover how deepfake manipulation works in different languages.
Experts from Google News Lab and BBC Africa Eye share insights and tips on how to verify content.
Journalist Erica Brown explains the techniques that BBC journalists use to verify content on social media.
BBC Monitoring, BBC Trending and BBC Reality Check shared expertise on tackling pandemic misinformation.
Found a great video or picture on social media? Want to use it but worried if it’s genuine? Learn how to...
Event overview with exclusive interviews.
From propaganda to hoaxes, ‘fake news’ has become a catch-all term for a range of false or misleading...
An exciting events day with key insights into challenging and tackling fake news and disinformation. This...
Learn how to spot fake news
Disinformation is proliferating and advances in computing are providing opportunities to create new levels of...
This facial mapping technology has been designed to improve television language dubbing, but it also has...
Computers are taking on the fight against 'fake news' by learning to detect fake videos... even if they are...
A specialist service within BBC News that enables organisations to understand the world through its media.
Find out more about what measures the government is taking to tackle fake news.
Research projects carried out in India, Kenya, and Nigeria shows spread of fake news by nationalism.
Some of the most viral pictures of the Amazon rainforest shared by users were not genuine.
Research shows that ordinary Indian citizens are behind the rise of fake news.
The phrase morphed from a description of a social media phenomenon into a journalistic cliche and an angry...
Disinformation,'fake news', trolling - sometimes it's hard to tell what's real.
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