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A BBC team used open-source info to find out who was responsible for a shocking crime
The People Who Remove Your Facebook Posts
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The Men Who Hunt Stolen Motorbikes
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A ‘Manspreading’ Video And Russia’s Culture Wars
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The Faker and the Fact Checker
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When The Faker Met The Fact Checker
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The Truth Behind a So-Called 'Suicide Game’
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The Sextortion Scammers
We investigate criminals who use your password to threaten to expose you on social media
The Shadowy Website Running Political Ads on Facebook
An anonymous website spent thousands on pro-Brexit political ads on social media
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The photo network’s filters don’t always halt posts that can promote anorexia and bulimia
The YouTube Stars Selling Cheating - Update
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What Will 2019 Look Like on Social Media?
The stories, trends, and conversations likely to shape social media in 2019.
What Do We Really Know About Russian Disinformation?
We meet investigators looking into social media manipulation by Russia and others
Mystery Music ‘Forced’ onto Streamers
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Lessons from an Instagram Star’s Failed Tour
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How the far right hijacked a murder
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The hackers who cracked printers for PewDiePie
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The people behind US political violence (Part 2 of 2)
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