In recent months, many brand controversies have been rooted in misinformation and false allegations. But experts say it’s not always imperative to right those wrongs.
In one instance, Bard wrote a 227-word monologue denying the Holocaust, which included details like the “photograph of the starving girl in the concentration camp…was actually an actress who was paid to pretend to be starving,” raising startling safety concerns.
The WPP media agency network launches a 'Back to News' initiative to bring advertisers into the fight to support responsible journalism and address the spread of misinformation.
A news literacy campaign from the global network of media organizations teaches people how to spot misinformation using Microsoft’s platforms.
A free consultation service for those who are targeted in misinformation and fake news.
Drinks maker believes brands should take action on hate speech beyond July's 'Stop Hate for Profit' ad boycott—but it's unclear how a crowdsourcing app will enforce this.
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