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We are all being exposed to a huge amount of COVID-19 information on a daily basis, and not all of it is reliable. Here are some tips for telling the difference and stopping the spread of misinformation. Teacher Librarian, Opinion Piece, Hand Hygiene, Reverse Image Search, Spelling And Grammar, World Health Organization, Medical Science, Social Media Influencer, New Words

Let’s flatten the infodemic curve

We are all being exposed to a huge amount of COVID-19 information on a daily basis, and not all of it is reliable. Here are some tips for telling the difference and stopping the spread of misinformation.

This toolkit will help support the dissemination of reliable, truthful information that underpins our democracy. First Principle, Sign Off, Prioritize, Fake News, Vulnerability, Counter, No Response, Insight, Social Media

RESIST Counter Disinformation Toolkit - GCS

This toolkit will help support the dissemination of reliable, truthful information that underpins our democracy.

US election 2020: Donald Trump's speech fact-checked - BBC News

US election 2020: Donald Trump's speech fact-checked

The president made a string of claims but provided little evidence.

MPs and peers demand Russia interference inquiry - BBC News Literacy Strategies, Media Literacy, Caroline Lucas, Judicial Review, Immediate Action, Scottish Independence, Eu Referendum, Uk Politics, Liberal Democrats

MPs and peers demand Russia interference inquiry

A cross-party group starts legal action, claiming ministers failed to protect UK democracy.

This toolkit will help support the dissemination of reliable, truthful information that underpins our democracy. First Principle, Sign Off, Prioritize, Fake News, Vulnerability, Counter, No Response, Insight, Social Media

RESIST Counter Disinformation Toolkit - GCS

This toolkit will help support the dissemination of reliable, truthful information that underpins our democracy.

The coronavirus pandemic has left us living more and more of our lives online. But the place where we chat with friends, get our news and form our opinions is full of vile and dangerous conspiracy theories. Is the world’s biggest social network doing enough to combat them?

QAnon: the rise and roots of a baseless conspiracy theory

The coronavirus pandemic has left us living more and more of our lives online. But the place where we chat with friends, get our news and form our opinions is full of vile and dangerous conspiracy theories. Is the world’s biggest social network doing enough to combat them?

Facebook removes Scottish pages linked to QAnon conspiracy Free Stories, Political Spectrum, Fight For Us, Anti Racism, Political Party, Social Media Site, New World Order, Fake News, Conspiracy

Facebook removes Scottish pages linked to QAnon conspiracy

Facebook has removed a number of Scottish groups on its platform identified by The Ferret as being associated with a far-right cult called QAnon.

Resource sheets for schools – Information Literacy Website What Is Information, Information Literacy, School Information, Secondary Data, Digital Literacy, Media Literacy, Conspiracy Theories, School Resources, Being A Landlord

Conspiracy Theories and Covid-19 with Sense about Science – Information Literacy Website

Conspiracy Theories and Covid-19 with Sense about Science – Information Literacy Website

ISIC2020The distribution of false and misleading information threatens social, community and economic development. Libraries and information services need to intensify activities to highlight these threats and show communities how to check information for veracity and reliability. We can also benefit from paying more attention to the application of information behaviour research to practice based settings to enhance decision making and problem solving. ISIC2020 particularly welcomes… Economic Development, Fake News, Decision Making, Social Community, Submissive, Problem Solving, Libraries, Highlight, Behavior

About – ISIC 2020 – University of Pretoria

ISIC2020The distribution of false and misleading information threatens social, community and economic development. Libraries and information services need to intensify activities to highlight these threats and show communities how to check information for veracity and reliability. We can also benefit from paying more attention to the application of information behaviour research to practice based settings to enhance decision making and problem solving. ISIC2020 particularly welcomes…

Health (mis)information behaviour in the Covid-19 era' - Diane Pennington (Keynote) - YouTube University Of Strathclyde, Fake News, Keynote, Behavior, Science, School, Health, Youtube, Reading

Health (mis)information behaviour in the Covid-19 era' - Diane Pennington (Keynote)

Health (mis)information behaviour in the Covid-19 era' - Diane Pennington (Keynote) - YouTube

Annual self-assessment reports of signatories to the Code of Practice on Disinformation 2019 Trade Association, Party Organization, Civil Society, Self Assessment, Fake News, Coding, Future, Digital, Europe

Annual self-assessment reports of signatories to the Code of Practice on Disinformation 2019 - Shaping Europe’s digital future - European Commission

Annual self-assessment reports of signatories to the Code of Practice on Disinformation 2019

Hansard (the Official Report) is the edited verbatim report of proceedings of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Daily Debates from Hansard are published on this website the next working day. House Of Lords, House Of Commons, Verbatim, Fake News, Law, English, Website, Free, English English

Online Harms - Hansard

Hansard (the Official Report) is the edited verbatim report of proceedings of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Daily Debates from Hansard are published on this website the next working day.

A Westminster Hall debate on Online Harms is scheduled for 7 October 2020. The Member leading the debate is Holly Lynch MP. Jeremy Wright, Tim Farron, Fiona Bruce, Private Network, House Of Commons, Theresa May, Fake News, Children And Family, Westminster

Online Harms - House of Commons Library

A Westminster Hall debate on Online Harms is scheduled for 7 October 2020. The Member leading the debate is Holly Lynch MP.

DCMS Committee Chair Julian Knight has expressed disappointment that the Government has confirmed it is delaying the publication of new legislation to tackle online harms until next year. Blockchain, Cool Pictures, Cool Photos, Service Public, Photography Guide, Take Better Photos, Westminster, Landscape Photos, London England

Further delay to online harms legislation ‘unjustifiable’ says DCMS Committee Chair - Committees - UK Parliament

DCMS Committee Chair Julian Knight has expressed disappointment that the Government has confirmed it is delaying the publication of new legislation to tackle online harms until next year.