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US President Donald Trump’s campaign boasts it needed just 24 hours to switch into virtual mode after coronavirus lockdowns ended his signature, high-energy rallies. For Joe Biden, who thrives on the personal connection of retail politics, the transition is taking much longer.
Last week, food and travel blogger Alycia Chrosniak got an unusual alert on her phone: Michael Bloomberg's presidential campaign was inviting her to earn US$150 by making content about why she supported the billionaire Democratic candidate in the US election.
Older men in Arkansas might see a close-up photo of US President Donald Trump pumping his fist in the air, along with a message asking them to donate US$30 (RM123) to his campaign for a Super Bowl commercial.
US Federal Election Commission invites tech giants to explore ways to combat digital disinformation in the 2020 elections.
Facebook Inc is tightening its political ad rules in the United States, it said on Aug 28, requiring new disclosures for its site and photo-sharing platform Instagram ahead of the US presidential election in November 2020.
In the Philippines – where 76 million Internet users stay online the longest in the world – just a handful of people spend a few hours each day to fight fake news about the upcoming midterm elections.
India’s election watchdog has asked the nation’s 400 million smartphone users to get engaged in the fight against election corruption and fake news as the world’s most populous democracy goes to the polls.
On April 8, the Facebook VP of India published a blog post revealing how the company has been using AI to reduce the spread of misinformation over the past year and a half as Indians prepare for the General Election for the 17th Lok Sabha.
False news and hateful propaganda on digital platforms are at peak levels before India’s elections begin, and that’s posing a problem for officials trying to combat it.