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A technology incubator at Alphabet that tackles geopolitical problems.
A technology incubator at Alphabet that tackles geopolitical problems.

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Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales will marshal journalists, volunteers, and crowdfunding to produce WikiTribune, his medium to fight misinformation.
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Here’s how troll factories like the Internet Research Agency were able to doctor photos to spread fake news faster and farther.
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After Eritrea relaxed the censorship of artistic expression, musicians began uploading videos to YouTube with the hopes of reaching new audiences. For the diaspora, the comment sections of these videos became a new outlet to criticize the government.
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Today we’re launching Outline, an easy-to-use, open source tool that lets news organizations provide their network of journalists safer access to the internet.
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In the 15 years since electronic voting machines were first adopted, most machines have been vulnerable to hacking. Here’s how experts are working to change that:
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MIT recently studied nearly 126,000 stories, tweeted by 3 million users, over more than 10 years to understand how misinformation spreads online. They found that lies can spread nearly six times faster than truths.
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According to Duke Reporters’ Lab, there are now more fact-checking outlets around the world than ever before —149 projects in 53 countries.
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Heading to SXSW this weekend? Check out our very own product manager CJ Adams at a panel about how technology can help make online conversations more inclusive.
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What’s it like to work in a troll factory? The New York Times reports on the life inside the infamous Internet Research Agency.
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In Tanzania, an almost equal number of men and women enroll in science and technology courses, yet twice as many men are hired in those fields as women. Female-focused coding programs are helping to address this inequality.
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