Jones denies any knowledge of the images, and Infowars describes the emails as a "malware attack attempting to embed" child porn on their servers.
Children reflect on the current state of journalism at Football for Friendship
A Bulgarian website invented a story about a pro-incest MEP that was then shared by thousands of people on Facebook, a fact-checking study has found.
With the European elections around the corner we ask some experts how the EU can fight back against disinformation during the campaign.
Ever wonder why fake news happens and what we can do to stop it undermining the truth? YouTube creator Fonseca goes in search of the answers.
Trump called the annual Washington event "negative" and "boring" and promised to hold a "very positive" rally instead.
The platform claimed it risked violating France's fake news law, which was introduced in December last year and aims to combat the "manipulation of information".
French police are calling for rabbits to join their ranks, Google discovered a way to talk to tulips: Here's a roundup of some of the best pranks.
Rumours started circulating online accusing members of the Roma community of trying to abduct children, sparking unfounded revenge attacks.
Some fake accounts tied to Russia have been deleted for spreading content on Ukrainian politics ahead of the March 31st Presidential election.
Facebook is partnering with German news agency DPA as part of a large-scale effort to fight fake news through fact-checking ahead of the European Parliament election in May
Who's to blame for fake news? Whether you read stories, write stories or appear in stories you might want to start by looking in the mirror.
EU commissioners unveiled a report on how far Google, Facebook, Twitter and Mozilla had come in complying with the bloc's Code of Practice on Disinformation.
With the EU elections scheduled to take place in May, large tech companies have been warned to be aware of fake news. The EU's commissioner for security warned of the impact fake news could have on election proceedings.
Facebook has announced a series of measures it will take in May's European Parliament elections to ensure the vote is free from interference.
The Cube debunks claims that Facebook gave Nicolas Maduro's verification mark to Juan Guaidó.
"The whole point of democracy is to express the will of the people,” Wales said.
“If the people are being duped and tricked by complete lies and false information, we end up with results that don’t really represent what the people want.”
Facebook just took down two large disinformation networks that were linked to Russia. They were operating in Central and Eastern European countries.
Euronews spoke to Chris Marsden, the co-author of a study into how we can monitor efforts by social networks such as Facebook and Youtube to regulate disinformation on their own platforms.
Claas Relotius has admitted making up parts of his popular reportages amid claims he kept money donated by readers who fell for his lies
Russia's Duma is set to vote on two new bills that bolster penalties handed down to those who are involved in the spread of fake news
France's parliament has passed a new law, which aims to empower judges to order the immediate removal of "fake news" during election campaigns.
What can businesses and governments do to stop the spread of disinformation? We hear from top EU and UK policy makers at Web Summit.
Expert warn against "deep fakes" during upcoming election campaigns
Donald Trump's catchphrase 'fake news' has crossed linguistic barriers and is used across Europe. But now the French have attempted to stop its spread.
Comedian's quote gains traction after former French PM returns to seek office in his native Spain.