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Four other alleged accomplices have also been detained.
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The searches come just weeks before Austria makes COVID vaccines mandatory.
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He told the Italian media the vaccine “is the best weapon we have against this terrible disease”.
Fake news: Man caught after trying to get COVID jab in prosthetic arm
"He thought he could cheat the system and thus obtain the green pass without actually having had the vaccine."
Belarusian KGB used fake accounts to stir border tensions, says Meta
Facebook's parent company also said it had removed dozens of fake Polish accounts that posed as migrants.
Fake COVID-19 health passes are being sold on Snapchat in France
Dozens of fake accounts are using Snapchat to sell "fake health passes" for up to €300 each.
'Deepfake geography' could be the latest form of online disinformation
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#DCblackout: How one hashtag sewed confusion and misinformation
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Facebook investigates fake accounts sharing Spanish government content
The Ministry of Health claims it was a victim of "fraudulent activity" after hundreds of false profiles liked and shared their content.
Debunked: Video does NOT show dolphins in Venice's canals
The footage was actually captured in the port of Cagliari on the island of Sardinia.
White House shares 'manipulated' and 'partly false' video of Joe Biden
The viral clip appears to show the Democrat frontrunner endorsing Donald Trump as US President but had been shortened to remove the end of his sentence.
Coronavirus: Malaysia arrests five for sharing misinformation online
Authorities say they will continue to intensify efforts to control the spread of fake news "to maintain public peace and order".
Zuckerberg says Facebook looking at ways to police deepfake content
The social media platform was criticised last month for not removing an altered video of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, which had been slowed so she appeared to be slurring.
Brief from Brussels: Will EU help solve Syria's conflict?
As the leaders of Turkey, Iran and Russia prepare to meet in Ankara to discuss the continuing war in Syria, one expert believes the EU could play a
Massive fake currency haul in Italy
Police seize 41 million euros in fake 50 and 100 euro banknotes
Wikipedia founder launches site to counter fake news
Wikitribune will bring together professional journalists and a community of volunteers and supporters to produce news articles
Bowling Green Massacre: the terror attack that wasn't
Kellyanne Conway, a senior advisor to President Donald Trump, has baffled audiences by blaming Iraqi refugees for a terrorist attack that never happened.
Facebook moves to stamp out fake news stories on its site
Facebook is to do more to prevent fake news stories from spreading on the social media website by making it easier for users to report them.
How fake news could influence EU's future
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Faxed bomb threat forced the closure and evacuation of all schools in Canada's Prince Edward Island Province
A bomb threat affects the Canada's Prince Edward Island Province. 19,000 students are evacuated.
Rome cops seize over $2.5 million in fake notes
Italy’s finance police stopped a suspicious vehicle in Rome – and found more than $2.5 million in counterfeit US currency! Two Italians inside the
Biting another chunk out of Apple: second headache for software giant
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, or so the saying goes. But not for the US software giant, which is facing its second headache in less than a
Italian police find fake euros worth millions
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