Facebook responds to renewed pressure over handling of misinformation
16 November 2018 | 3:10 pm
Facebook Inc. is coming under renewed fire for how it handled the spread of fake news and misinformation on its social network, including using aggressive tactics to discredit critics.
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18 Jan 2018
There may have been a little less black on the red carpet at the Critics' Choice Awards than the Golden Globes, but the message about equality for women and putting an end to sexual harassment in the workplace remained loud and clear.
5 Feb 2018
South Africa's ruling party faced one of its biggest challenges, struggling to resolve a leadership crisis amid increasing calls for scandal-tainted President Jacob Zuma to resign.
24 Jul 2018
President Donald Trump is considering revoking the security clearances of former FBI Director James Comey, ex-CIA Director John Brennan and other Obama-era national security officials.
7 Oct 2018
First lady Melania Trump hits back at critics who say she made a mistake by wearing a white pith helmet in Kenya, a hat favoured by 19th century European colonialists, because of its association with the exploitation of Africans.
16 Feb 2019
The Bundestag is set to address the issue of organ donation. Germany uses a controversial card system that requires donors "opt in," but the country's health minister says a change could be in the works.
24 Mar 2019
Film show: Star-studded 'The Death and Life of John F. Donovan' panned by critics.
21 May 2019
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17 Jun 2019
Osoba blasts Buhari’s critics.
8 Nov 2019
US prosecutors allege the kingdom paid former Twitter employees in luxury watches and cash in exchange for personal information about critics. Millions of Saudis are active on the social media platform.
24 Dec 2019
Thousands of Poles demonstrate outside Parliament in Warsaw and in about 100 cities against a draft law designed to punish judges challenging controversial ongoing judicial reforms. from the protest.
5 Mar 2020
Dame Cressida Dick has slammed critics of facial recognition technology, saying they are simply "ill-informed".
9 Mar 2021
Last Sunday, the 26th annual Critics Choice Awards hosted by Taye Diggs took place on a virtual and in-person stage with Nomadland and The Crown walking away with numerous accolades.
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Brazilian nurses make more money working in Germany, but are afforded less responsibility and recognition than at home. Three women spoke with DW about their experiences.
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Critics of Laos' repressive one-party state, both in the country and in exile in Thailand, have been targeted in a recent series of arrests and attacks.
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Civilians living downstream of the dam have been urged to evacuate in the face of catastrophic flooding.