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Tweets containing false news (depicted in orange in this data visualization) spread to more people through Twitter than tweets containing true news (teal).

By Katie Langin

During the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the internet was abuzz with discussion when reports surfaced that Floyd Mayweather wore a hijab to a Donald Trump rally, daring people to fight him. The concocted story started on a sports comedy website, but it quickly spread on social media—and people took it seriously.

From Russian “bots” to charges of fake news, headlines are awash in stories about dubious information going viral. You might think that bots—automated systems that can share information online—are to blame. But a new study shows that people are the prime culprits when it comes to the propagation of misinformation through social networks. And they’re good at it, too: Tweets containing falsehoods reach 1500 people on Twitter six times faster than truthful tweets, the research reveals.

Bots are so new that we don’t have a clear sense of what they’re doing and how big of an impact they’re making, says Shawn Dorius, a social scientist at Iowa State University in Ames who wasn’t involved in the research. We generally think that bots distort the types of information that reaches the public, but—in this study at least—they don’t seem to be skewing the headlines toward false news, he notes. They propagated true and false news roughly equally.

The main impetus for the new research was the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. The lead author—Soroush Vosoughi, a data scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge—says after the attack a lot of the stuff he was reading on social media was false. There were rumors that a student from Brown University, who had gone missing, was suspected by the police. But later, people found out that he had nothing to do with the attack and had committed suicide (for reasons unrelated to the bombing).

That’s when Vosoughi realized that “these rumors aren’t just fun things on Twitter, they really can have effects on people’s lives and hurt them really badly.” A Ph.D. student at the time, he switched his research to focus on the problem of detecting and characterizing the spread of misinformation on social media.

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" Tolerance is an act of humanity, which we must nurture and enact each in our own lives every day, to rejoice in the diversity that makes us strong and the values that bring us together. " - Audrey Azoulay, 16 November 2017

" Non-violence is not a garment to be put on and off at will. Its seat is in the heart, and it must be an inseparable part of our being " - Mahatma Gandhi

UNESCO invites governmental and non-governmental entities, civil society actors and individuals active in strengthening foundations for peace and tolerance to propose candidates for the 2018 UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prize for the Promotion of Tolerance and Non-Violence.

Extension of deadline: the closing date for submissions is 15 May 2018 at midnight CET.

The purpose of the Prize is to reward individuals, institutions and other entities or non-governmental organizations that have made exceptional contributions and demonstrated leadership in the promotion of tolerance and non-violence.

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In addition to violating federal law, the representatives say, subjecting Native Americans who depend on Medicaid to work requirements would be devastating to a population already struggling with high unemployment and high rates of addiction.

Stephen Greetham, the senior counsel for the Chickasaw Nation in Oklahoma, drafted a legal memo last week urging HHS to walk back its assertion that exempting Native Americans from the requirements would violate civil rights law, and calling on Congress to conduct strong oversight on the issue. In the memo, obtained by TPM, Greetham voiced fears that the Trump administration would apply this same logic to other social safety net programs.

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“Any administrative mischaracterization of Federal-Tribal programs as race-based is based on misinformation and misunderstandings of Federal law,” he wrote. “Concerns regarding these points go far beyond CMS’s position regarding work and community engagement requirements in State Medicaid plans; it is a concern that is much more fundamental to the operations of Federal administrative law.”

In response to this blowback, HHS spokespersonCaitlin Oakley told TPM that the agency is “evaluating the policy.”

We are taking into account the feedback and input that tribal representatives have provided and will communicate to tribal representatives and states any future decisions,” she said. “We continue to support all efforts to improve Medicaid enrollee health and well-being through a range of policies and appreciate feedback from the tribal community.”

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