Piers Corbyn was a key speaker at the event which described coronavirus as a “hoax”.
“I have never seen this many hoaxes flood in this quickly. They just keep coming.”
Facebook has followed the lead of Google and banned fake news sites from using its advertising network. This comes hot on the trail of public scrutiny surrounding the social network's unwitting proliferation of articles containing false information.
'The Internet acts as both incubator for conspiracy theories and the antidote.'
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Twitter commenters were baffled and appalled after an account that appeared to be from Channel 5's The Wright Stuff show
Claims that budget airline Ryanair will launch a campaign to help asylum seekers reach their destination country have been
Yesterday, the nation's media - including The Huffington Post UK - reported that a French tourist was searching for the father
Twitter has got to be one of the world's best rumour mills for fake deaths, births and other life events such as getting
With the new year comes a new hoax, and people on Facebook are falling for a privacy con in their droves. Have you seen this