News  /  Published 30.03.22

The ability to authenticate information should be a life skill: Pratik Sinha

Fact-checker cannot be adjudicator Do we need punitive measures against people who spread misinformation or disinformation regularly? I am deeply conflicted about this issue. My personal opinion is ...
By Rohan Datta

World  /  Published 30.01.22

Mitchell to follow Neil Young out of Spotify

Joni Mitchell said on Friday that she would remove her music from Spotify,  joining Neil Young in his protest against the streaming service over its role in giving a platform to Covid-19 vaccine ...
By Ben Sisario in New York

India  /  Published 08.10.21

SC ire on media over false tweet

Expressing displeasure over a tweet posted by a media organisation which falsely claimed that Chief Justice of India (CJI) N V Ramana had met the kin of victims of Lakhmipur Kheri violence, the Suprem...
By Our Bureau, PTI in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 21.09.21

Letters to the editor: Prince Charles accused of favours for donations

Palace intrigue Sir — The British royal family and controversy go hand in hand. Recently, Prince Charles was accused of meeting intermediaries who arranged for special favours from the royal fa...

India  /  Published 26.06.21

Bihar: UN bid to curb Covid rumour

The United Nations, in collaboration with civil society organisations, has initiated a movement called “Verified” in Bihar aimed at ending the Covid-19 pandemic by empowering people with s...
By Dev Raj in Patna

India  /  Published 13.05.21

Covid: FB to start drive to bust fake news

Facebook on Thursday said it will roll out a new campaign in India in the coming weeks to "educate and inform people" about how to detect misinformation related to Covid-19, and encourage us...
By Our Bureau, Agencies in New Delhi

World  /  Published 26.02.21

Australia passes Google-FB law

Australia’s parliament passed a law on Thursday to make Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook Inc pay media companies for content on their platforms in reforms that countries such as Britain ...
By Reuters in Canberra

Opinion  /  Published 31.01.21

Reading amidst flames

The public library is no longer a sacred site for only those who seek the light of knowledge. In this digital age, libraries have shifted shape and responsibilities. Digitization — not to mentio...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 25.10.20

Web of lies: Right-wing and bots in poll-bound US

By Farhad Manjoo


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