Journalism & News

    • Expanding Fact Checking at Google

      Over the years we’ve heard from Google News users that our efforts to label stories ranging from local to satire to user-generated have helped expand their view of what is happening in the world. Last October we added a new Fact Check tag to help people find news stories that have been fact checked, so they can understand the value of what they’re reading.

      The Official Google Blogin Google- 23 readers -
    • Expanding Fact Checking at Google

      Over the years we’ve heard from Google News users that our efforts to label stories ranging from local to satire to user-generated have helped expand their view of what is happening in the world. Last October we added a new Fact Check tag to help people find news stories that have been fact checked, so they can understand the value of what they’re reading.

      The Official Google Blogin Google- 26 readers -
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    • Expanding Fact Checking at Google

      Over the years we’ve heard from Google News users that our efforts to label stories ranging from local to satire to user-generated have helped expand their view of what is happening in the world. Last October we added a new Fact Check tag to help people find news stories that have been fact checked, so they can understand the value of what they’re reading.

      The Official Google Blogin Google- 18 readers -
  • Project Shield: Defending Maka Angola

    … Rafael Marques De Morais is a journalist in Angola who runs Maka Angola, the largest independent news site in the country. Operating from Rafael’s kitchen table, Maka Angola may have a small staff, but its impact in Angola is massive. Their investigative journalism, covering topics from conflict diamonds, to wartime atrocities and crippling…

    The Official Google Blog- 11 readers -
  • Labeling fact-check articles in Google News

    … legends, politics, health, and the media itself. In the seven years since we started labeling types of articles in Google News (e.g., In-Depth, Opinion, Wikipedia), we’ve heard that many readers enjoy having easy access to a diverse range of content types. Earlier this year, we added a “Local Source” Tag to highlight local coverage of major…

    The Official Google Blogin Google- 16 readers -
  • Celebrating AMP: A year in review

    …It's been one year since we launched the open source Accelerated Mobile Pages Project (AMP), our initiative to improve content-loading speed to benefit users, businesses, publishers, websites and the mobile web as a whole…

    The Official Google Blog- 12 readers -