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Rules are in place to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. One of them is called “social distancing” which helps to stop the transmission of Covid-19. What are the rules concerning Coronavirus information online?
Rules have been introduced across the globe about how to behave in order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. One of these rules is called “social distancing” which helps to stop the transmission of Covid-19. It recommends we avoid crowds, take public transport at off-peak hours and keep physical distance to other people.
What are the rules concerning Coronavirus information online? Daily updates about the spread and protection of Covid-19 are crucial and easy to find – online – but not all of them are true. Sharing misinformation online is like refraining from social distancing; tempting, but it could harm people. So how can you contribute to stopping the transmission of dis- and misinformation about Covid-19?
DateTuesday, April 7th, 2020
A selection of Verification-Specific #ijf19 Perugia Sessions
We’re back from the International Journalism Festival in Perugia – and it was a blast. With so many great people there to meet in such lovely surroundings how could it not be?
But the festival does have a downside: Too many good sessions running in parallel. Good thing though that they are now all available as recordings online, so you can watch what you’ve missed.
If you don’t want to spend all day going through the program, and verification is one of your main topics, maybe these recommendations are helpful to you.
DateWednesday, April 10th, 2019
When we cannot trust our eyes and ears anymore, then what can we trust?
Deepfakes are hyper-realistic video forgeries in which people say or do things they’ve never actually said or done. The visual quality of deepfakes will soon become so flawless that it will be hard to make a judgement of veracity by mere visual verification.
DateTuesday, March 26th, 2019