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The NewsGuard browser extension, which costs $2.95/month, is now free from March 24 for all users until July 1. The extension flags websites that have published COVID-19 hoaxes and other dangerous misinformation. NewsGuard...

source: NewsGuard

The coronavirus pandemic threw a ginormous flaming curveball at the news media industry, from turning newsrooms remote to eviscerating whole streams of revenue. It’s really easy to panic when you don’t know what the...

source: Nieman Lab

When she first started hearing about how easy it is to contract the coronavirus, Mary Howard, the owner of Penny & Ting, a two-year-old independent toy store, immediately closed the children’s play area in her shop and began...

source: Ad Age

In the face of the coronavirus outbreak, Facebook’s misinformation problem has taken on new urgency. Facebook joined seven other platforms in announcing a hard line on virus-related misinformation, which they treated as a direct threat to public welfare. But a report...

source: The Verge

Twitter said it would take renewed action to clamp down on misinformation on the site, requiring people to remove tweets that deny health recommendations or promote ineffective or misleading health claims. The change comes amid the ongoing...

source: HuffPost

For a national retailer, the coronavirus hit the U.S. just as its peak sales season for the year began. Typically, during this time period, the retailer spends more on advertising to account for that while also promoting new products....

source: Digiday


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