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Sir Tim Berners-Lee Is Awarded Freedom Of The City Of London

The Inventor Of World Wide Web Is Upset With Fake News And Government Surveillance

By Jeff Thompson - Mar 13, 2017 08:03 AM EDT

Tim Berners-Lee is not happy with the way the internet is transitioning and points out the alarming signals.

Facebook Exhibits Technologies At Innovation Hub

Facebook Announces its Policies Against Fake News

By Mohender - Dec 16, 2016 07:41 AM EST

Facebook was criticized for not taking responsibility of how it might have affected the outcome of 2016 presidential elections. The company has now made public the plans that it will take to crack down on fake news.

Mark Zuckerberg Awarded With Axel Springer Award In Berlin

Facebook Falters? Since Trump's victory, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Lost $3.9 Billion

By Carl Anthony - Dec 06, 2016 09:45 AM EST

Mark Zuckerberg had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. Zuckerberg just lost a $3.9 billion in a single day after Trump's victory.

Facebook Down For Second Time In Less Than Week

Bid Facebook Fake News Goodbye: How To Know One When You See One

By Erika Ivene - Nov 27, 2016 06:51 AM EST

Fake news get away because readers let them. Here's how to know which news are true or not.

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Not All Trending News Online Is True, Study Says

By Maria Slither - Feb 14, 2015 02:53 PM EST

A research on journalism led by Craig Silverman talks about the drive among websites to add 'questionable' news. This drive is said to be motivated by the desire to garner page views and traffic to the site rather ran presenting accurate and well-researched news.

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