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Bellingcat's Online Investigation Toolkit - Google Docs
Welcome to Bellingcat’s freely available online open source investigation toolkit.
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4 hours ago by fdedic
I fell for Facebook fake news. Here’s why millions of you did, too. - The Washington Post
On Sept. 17, a few days after it was posted, the video was detected by Facebook’s machine-learning systems, programs that try to automatically detect fake news. The company won’t disclose exactly how those work, but it said the signals include what sorts of comments people leave on posts.

Once detected, Facebook passed the video to its network of independent fact-checkers. After Snopes labeled it as “false,” Facebook made it show up less often in News Feeds.

Why does the fake plane...
ai  adtech  journalism  video  press_column 
13 hours ago by seatrout
Uma nova conversa sobre as fake news do WhatsApp - 18/10/2018 - Roberto Dias - Folha
Jornalismo da Folha defende censura.
"O ponto principal continua sendo evitado: o WhatsApp claramente não pode mais ser tratado como um aplicativo de conversas sempre privadas. É preciso poder rastrear as mensagens. O anonimato tem de acabar."
article  em-português  censorship  journalism  media  brazil  internet 
21 hours ago by kaarlows
The media mishandled Kavanaugh — and made Trump a winner - The Washington Post
Consider two recent stories in the New York Times. The first was a more-than-13,000-word dissection of Donald Trump’s financial history that revealed long-standing habits of deception and corruption. It was newspaper journalism at its best — a serious investment of talent and resources to expand the sum of public knowledge.

Compare this with the Times’s exposé on a bar fight 33 years ago , in which Brett M. Kavanaugh allegedly threw ice at another patron. Apparently there was no editor willing to say, “What you have turned up is trivial. Try harder.” And there was no editor who was sufficiently bothered that one name on the byline, Emily Bazelon, was a partisan who had argued on Twitter that Kavanaugh would “harm the democratic process & prevent a more equal society.”

Let me state this as clearly as I can. It is President Trump’s fondest goal to make his supporters conflate the first sort of story with the second sort of story.
politics  journalism 
23 hours ago by ayjay
In Final Column, Jamal Khashoggi Laments Dearth of Free Press in Arab World
Mr Khashoggi’s editor, Karen Attiah, wrote a preface to the column. She said she received the file from Mr Khashoggi’s translator and assistant a day after he was reported to be missing.

“The Post held off publishing it because we hoped Jamal would come back to us so that he and I could edit it together,” Ms Attiah wrote. “Now I have to accept: That is not going to happen. This is the last piece of his I will edit for The Post.”
by:JaceyFortin  from:TheNewYorkTimes  JamalKhashoggi  journalism  geo:SaudiArabia  murder  censorship 
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