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TikTok adds Israeli fact-checker only two days before the election

According to the statement by TikTok, after the launch of the new feature in other countries, it became clear that the video sharing rate dropped by 24% and likes on unverified content dropped by 7%.

US Capitol police suspend officer over antisemitic tract

The tract, originally published in the early 20th century, is described by the Anti-Defamation League as "a classic in paranoid, racist literature."

By REUTERS
16/03/2021
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White House working with Facebook and Twitter to tackle anti-vaxxers

Since the onset of the pandemic, calls from lawmakers asking the companies to tackle the spread of COVID misinformation on their platforms have grown.

By REUTERS
20/02/2021
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attacks "Fake News" outlets on Facebook, March 26th, 2018.

Anti-vax Facebook group attracts thousands, shut down twice

Its members are insisting: "We are not anti-vaxxers"

My Word: Lost in space lasers controversy

Greene, not the brightest spark, could easily ignite a nasty incident with her constant hate conspiracies.

UK arrests two over leaflets comparing COVID vaccinations to Holocaust

The men, aged 73 and 37, are accused of circulating the leaflet in south London in late January.

By REUTERS
04/02/2021

Republicans must deal with antisemitism, extremism in their ranks

Antisemitism is a bulging vein that runs through the insurrectionist groups.

Jewish groups condemn Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

Among Greene’s critics are right-wing and centrist Jewish groups that do not frequently criticize Republican lawmakers or elected officials at all.

By BEN SALES/JTA
30/01/2021
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