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News Brief: December Updates from the Google News Initiative

2021-01-15T03:04:10+01:00January 15th, 2021|Categories: Social Media|Tags: |

2020 was a year no one expected, and journalists all over the world responded to upheaval by keeping their communities informed. As we closed out the year, Latin American newsrooms demonstrated how technology can make journalism more accessible, and we supported new programs to sustain local and independent journalism. 10:25Digitizing 80 years of historyOrganización Editorial Mexicana [more]

An open fund for projects debunking vaccine misinformation

2021-01-13T03:04:01+01:00January 13th, 2021|Categories: Social Media|Tags: |

The uncertainty and developing nature of the coronavirus pandemic continues to generate related misinformation. Fact-checkers have been hard at work debunking falsehoods online, with nearly 10,000 fact checks about the pandemic currently showing up across our products. The global rollout of COVID-19 vaccines is exacerbating a perennial problem of misinformation about immunization. To support additional debunking [more]