The NSW Labor Party’s leaderless operating model is beginning to attract attention from political parties worldwide. I think the Brits are borrowing it for Brexit.
In the run-up to our Federal Election, Facebook is under fire for purported use of fake news to influence our democratic processes.
Well, it’s Christmas. Almost. So, as is tradition, it’s time to roll out the barrel, hang those roaring chestnut fires and look for truth in Fake News. Yay. I think.
Fake news correspondent, Cec Pitt, discusses whether the major NSW parties are applying sufficient due care and attention to selecting candidates for the state’s top job.
Each week we sift through the internet in order to discover the truth in the lies. Why? Well, because we hate ourselves. So, did Elon Musk delete Facebook, or what?
Once more we trudge through the mire of Fake News. This week, we find truth caffenated meat, Ellen’s biggest scam ever and Pharrell Williams going meta on Donald J. Trump.
Yes, the internet lies. But does it lie all the time? This week, we attempt to find truth in the claim that Barron Trump is a whiz at chess and if the jeans that mask your farts actually work.
It’s a fairly notable week in the realm of Fake News, as Donald is buying is friends and pirates are sailing the high internet seas under the Facebook banner.
Chloe Shorten writes exclusively for Fake News on what it is about her husband Bill that encourages people to take so little notice of him.
Fake News is very much that the family house you grew up in, the one that’s now a petrol station. The one with ghosts, spiders and Donald Trump in it.
Direct from the White House, Ivanka explains the extreme measures being taken to help the public understand her dad.
As part of The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program, Giselle Atlas analyses the rise of opinion over fact and clickbait news over objective journalism.
Frank Rarely reports from Canberra where the Coalition is deciding whether it should become the world’s first driverless government. NEG vibes be damned.
Fake News, you are an odd fellow, but you steam a good ham. This week we attempt to find truth in the Queen’s wardrobe, the American penal system and a chemical warehouse in the Urals. Fun, fun.
As the spread of Fake News in India has caused the deaths of many, the platforms who offer the service are scrambling to stop the flow of it.
Direct from the White House, Ivanka reveals the advice she gave her dad about his trip to Europe. God help us.
The second age of Clive is upon us. To articulate the size of the kangaroo’s scrotum, we sent our best man in with a protractor.
Fake News is very much like the battery we’re told not to put our tongue on. You know what happens next.
Senior Fake News correspondent Frank Rarely discusses the opportunities for populists and masochists alike to join Pauline.
Fake News, the boulevard of broken links. This week, a deliveryman delivered street justice, Melania Trump asked Twitter to save her, and coconut water became the lifeblood of us all.
Hugo Morthanigo reports from Singapore on the upcoming meeting between Trump and Kim and how the local authorities plan to dispose of the nuclear fallout.
As Jean Baudrillard once said, fake news has no point, but it does have great teeth. He was actually talking about something else, but close enough.