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NewsGuard teamed up with Microsoft to create a nonpartisan interactive quiz to help voters sift through the deluge of information circulating online about the issues and the voting process ahead of the 2020 election. Take the quiz to put your media literacy skills to the test.
In this month’s Monitor, we explore how NewsGuard Red-rated sites in France and Germany, inspired by the 2020 U.S. election, are publishing similar false narratives about European politics and how anti-vaxxers in Italy and France are spreading false claims about how COVID-19 vaccines cause variants of the virus.
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