A panel of journalism experts debated the rise of fake news and the way our culture should respond at a panel at City University, London. Here are some liveblogged notes.
First Draft's Claire Wardle has been picking at the roots of "fake news" - and the reasons that's a bad label.
With a group associated with WikiLeaks threatening to compile databases of verified users and their families - is verification really serving its goal?
You may think you're a journalist. You may spend 25 years in journalism. But Twitter and Facebook will quickly disabuse you of the notion. They decide who is a journalist now.
Can Buzzfeed's Craig Silverman speed up the news debunking process?
How should journalists use Reddit - and when? Three experts give their advice on making the most of the site.
No journalist would be so stupid as to publish a student video as a Google one, without doing a few basic checks first, would they? Oh.
A great example of journalistic verification at work