CrossCheck launches public tipline ahead of voice referendum
Online verification newsroom CrossCheck has launched a public tipline ahead of the referendum on the Voice to Parliament to help journalists combat the influence of misinformation trends.
RMIT FactLab to use world-leading digital analysis to tackle election misinformation
Cutting edge disinformation detection and tracking software will be used by RMIT FactLab to investigate and debunk misinformation and disinformation on social media during the federal election campaign.
RMIT FactLab partners with Meta to address the spread of viral misinformation
RMIT FactLab has partnered with Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, to fight the spread of misinformation through independent third-party fact-checking.
People who seek fact-checked information still share misinformation: study
More than 30% of people who actively seek fact-checked information have shared misinformation themselves, a new study suggests.
Virus spike linked to families, not Black Lives Matter rally
With COVID-19 case numbers on the rise in Victoria, some people have drawn an unsubstantiated link between the spike and the large Black Lives Matter protest held in Melbourne on June 6.
Do WA's emergency health powers allow forcible testing, vaccination and removal of underwear of children? Here are the facts
There have been claims on social media that WA's emergency health powers allow forced testing, vaccination and removal of clothing of children.
Does Victoria or NSW have the highest COVID-19 testing rate in the world? Here are the facts
Both NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos claimed COVID-19 testing rates in their respective states compared favourably with the rest of the world. RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
The collection making it easier to check the facts
More than 400 published fact checks have been made available for the very first time as a searchable archive.