Instead of blaming the producers of vaccine misinformation, we should help its consumers
A study shows that most health misinformation online comes from real people and not bots.
Adam Dunn, The Conversation
Trump’s lies about fraud in the US election highlight the dangers of disinformation in a democracy
Even after Joe Biden takes office, millions of Republican supporters will continue to believe the election was illegitimate.
Chris Tenove, The Conversation & Spencer McKay, The Conversation
Educated Indians are more wary of technology’s role in spreading fake news, finds study
However, those with higher education levels also acknowledge the benefits of technology.
Aria Thaker, qz.com
Narendra Modi used India’s media elite for his own advantage. Sanjaya Baru explains how he did it
India’s decision to liberalise vaccine sales likely to push up prices – and block access to millions
‘Unilateral decision’: States are unhappy with Modi’s decision to pass buck on vaccine costs
Data on Covaxin efficacy against Covid-19 double mutant likely in about a week, says Bharat Biotech
Pakistani YouTubers to release a Pashto version of blockbuster Turkish show ‘Dirilis: Ertugrul’