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WhatsApp is touting steps taken to cut the viral spread of coronavirus misinformation, but experts question whether it’s done enough
WhatsApp told Business Insider last week that the encrypted messaging app saw a 70% drop in "frequently forwarded" messages.
WhatsApp users are spreading a bogus UK exit strategy claiming the COVID-19 lockdown will end in August
The company says it has tried to limit false information about the pandemic being spread on its platform.
FBI Director Christopher Wray says tech companies should let law enforcement decrypt messages — but he argued the exact opposite in court in 201...
The government has been trying to make tech companies like Apple and Facebook weaken encryption on their messaging apps for nearly a decade.
Three of the 15 video-call apps did not meet Mozilla's minimum security standards due to weak password requirements or shady privacy policies.
WhatsApp says viral message forwarding is down 70% after it took steps to combat COVID-19 misinformation
Social media companies have had to scramble to combat misinformation, hoaxes, and conspiracy theories about the coronavirus.
Fake text messages claiming the US military would enforce a country-wide lockdown went viral last month. They were spread by Chinese agents, according...
US intelligence officials believe Chinese agents helped spread the misinformation in order to incite panic.
WhatsApp limits mass message-forwarding to try and stop the wild spread of coronavirus misinformation
WhatsApp says it has seen a "significant increase" in forwarded messages since the onset of the coronavirus outbreak.
The World Health Organization has launched a WhatsApp chatbot to warn people about the coronavirus’ dangers
WhatsApp has historically struggled with the spread of misinformation on its encrypted platform.
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Facebook tracks your activity on other websites, third-party apps, and even real-life stores and restaurants.