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Social media firms urged to move swiftly and flag down fake news

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United Nations Security Council said there is need for a collaborative approach between governments and social media companies to counter hate speech.

Social media firms urged to move swiftly and flag down fake news

By Patrick Vidija | 10 days ago

Charles Njonjo's death reports and why Twitter is a haven for fake news

Charles Njonjo's death reports and why Twitter is a haven for fake news

False reports flooded Twitter that Kenya's first attorney general Charles Njonjo was dead.

Jael Mboga | 13 days ago

Report: Politicians pay keyboard warriors to post fake information on social media

Millions of Kenyans who spend most of their time online are finding it difficult to discern between what is true and what isn’t.

Allan Mungai | 27 days ago

The truth behind viral ‘Raila’ witchdoctor picture

The original image was taken during Festival Sur Le Niger held on the banks of River Ségou in Mali in 2006.

Allan Mungai | 1 month ago

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