Author: HADAS GOLD

Trump slams Google search as 'rigged'

President Donald Trump has renewed his claims of bias against conservatives on the internet, accusing Google of rigging its results to show "bad" stories when users search for "Trump news."

Facebook bans Myanmar military chief, others

Facebook has banned 20 organizations and individuals in Myanmar, including a senior military commander, from using its service and acknowledged that it was "too slow" to prevent the spread of "hate and misinformation" in the country.

The Newseum is selling 'Fake News' T-shirts

The Newseum in Washington, DC is a unique monument and museum to journalism and the First Amendment. Visitors flock to it to see its hall of front pages from decades past, or its huge news helicopter hanging from the ceiling. It's an event venue for news organizations and political figures.

UK 'fake news' report calls for tougher rules, fines

A British parliamentary committee says the U.K. government should hold technology companies responsible and liable for "harmful and illegal content on their platforms," and that misinformation and "fake news" is threatening democracy.

FCC calls out 'lack of candor' in Sinclair-Tribune deal

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday formally referred Sinclair Broadcast Group's proposed acquisition of Tribune Media to an administrative judge hearing, and called into question whether some of its divestments in the deal were a "sham."

Craigslist founder gives $20 million to journalism school

His website is often blamed for contributing to the decline of the newspaper industry, but now Criagslist founder Craig Newmark is giving $20 million to train future journalists at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism.