The International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) publishes analyses of the fact-checking field’s latest developments to identify and forecast industry trends, surface common positions of fact-checkers worldwide and monitor global policy-making about fact-checking. The IFCN’s weekly newsletter, Factually, helps fact-checkers, educators, journalists and citizens find the truth with features on the latest resources, stories and training opportunities to navigate misinformation. Subscribe to get Factually in your inbox every Thursday. The IFCN’s recent articles are below.


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In a surprise decision, a federal court upholds a law knee-capping tech companies’ power to moderate

A man in Mumbai uses WhatsApp on his phone. (Shutterstock)

Indian fact-checkers are tracking the patterns of falsehoods in the country

Presidential candidate Ferdinand ÅgBongbongÅh Marcos Jr. celebrates as he greets the crowd outside his headquarters in Mandaluyong, Philippines on Wednesday, May 11, 2022. Marcos, the namesake son of longtime dictator Ferdinand Marcos, apparent landslide victory in the Philippine presidential election is raising immediate concerns about a further erosion of democracy in Asia and could complicate American efforts to blunt growing Chinese influence and power in the Pacific.(AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

Misinformed electorate contributed to Marcos Jr. win, say Filipino fact-checkers

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas updates reporters on the effort to resettle vulnerable Afghans in the United States, in Washington, Friday, Sept. 3, 2021. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

What we know about the DHS’ Disinformation Governance Board

What a database of fact checks about the war in Ukraine can teach us about misinformation

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West Africa moves in unison to promote vaccination and curb falsehoods