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# factchecking

25th May 2024
Georgian journalist targeted by masked men told she faces 'revenge' unless she stops working
Tamar Kintsurashvili spoke to The Journal about how the ‘foreign agent’ law in Georgia, though not yet implemented, is already having an effect.
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RTÉ warns of social media 'deep fake' reports pretending to be from national broadcaster
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The Journal FactCheck joins Irish alliance to detect and respond to disinformation
Russia using disinformation to create 'division and distrust', EU official says
'Drastic action': Could the Facebook block of Australian news become an issue in other countries?
'I was speaking to my friend who is a guard...': How Covid-19 misinformation exploded in Ireland
FactCheck: Does abortion increase the risk of a woman developing breast cancer? FactCheck is first Irish outlet to officially tackle misinformation on Facebook