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Fact checking
Getting it Right: Fact-Checking in the Digital...
The American Press Institute is working to improve best practices in news fact-checking.
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Even News Sites Fall for Fake News
News services aren't immune from hoaxes, but you'd think they'd know fake news when they see it.
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Newsrooms Grapple With How to Avoid Twitter...
While newsrooms often require reporters to use Twitter to interact with readers, they continue to grapple with how extensively...
Vice Jason Leopold has hundreds of active FOIAs at any given time.
Meet Vice News’s Jason Leopold, the ‘FOIA...
Jason Leopold offers this advice to reporters: They should file a few FOIA requests per month to get a...
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Internet Freedom Declines Globally, Report Says
Internet freedom has suffered setbacks in dozens of countries around the world this year, a report from democracy watchdog...
Off the record
Off the Record, But Online
As Uber executives found out, off the record interactions aren't as simple as they might sound.
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Rumors, Lies and the Internet: 7 Questions...
Silverman discusses how rumors spread quickly on the Internet, how to spot them and how to correct them.
Corrections and errors
2 Amusing Corrections and a Confession on...
These comical corrections illustrate the challenges news outlets face in trying to explain their errors to readers.
Photo by Roger H. Goun via Creative Commons license on Flickr.
3 Reactions to the FBI Impersonation of...
Should cops pretend they are reporters to nab suspects? Journalists say this practice is dangerous.
Students prepare for the next phase of Ebola response training at the San Antonio Military Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 24, 2014. The students are part of a 30-person medical support team designated for prepare to deploy in the event of an Ebola crisis in the U.S. DoD photo by Army Sgt. 1st Class Tyrone C. Marshall Jr, via Creative Commons license on Flickr.
Holding Back on Ebola: One Newspaper’s Tale...
Editors at The Dallas Morning News said telling the stories of Ebola's outbreak required an abundance of caution.
Photo by Roger H. Goun via Creative Commons license on Flickr.
That Awkward Moment When Journalists Must Write...
Bloomberg News is rare in its policy forbidding coverage of itself. Other news organizations said they handle such coverage...
Do you trust robot reporters?
Robot Reporters or Human Journalists: Who Do...
Most readers consider machine-generated news to be as credible as what humans write, but journalists see automated news a...
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