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Four French police officers have been suspended from duty after a viral video documented the violent arrest of a black music producer in Paris on Saturday.
French politicians and NGOs have severely criticised a new film "Hold Up" which features several debunked conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 pandemic.
From test tubes to TikTok, scientists head to social media platforms to communicate the progress of their vaccine research.
Social media users have falsely claimed that US citizens cast extra votes using the identities of dead people in key swing states. Experts have told Euronews that there is no evidence of widespread election fraud.
President Donald Trump's administration said it was working on a solution for TikTok after the Chinese company applied for an extension to the deadline when it must cease operating in the US.
False claims online surrounding the US presidential election have led protestors to the streets and harassment of polling station officials.
Nevada did not stop counting ballots overnight on Tuesday and Wednesday but instead stopped posting updates of the count.
As the votes are being counted, misinformation circulating on social media surrounding voter fraud is rife.
Unfounded claims had alleged that "illegal electioneering" had taken place at many polling booths across the crucial swing state.
It helps highlight which subjects most interest Americans online and how both candidates have spent their online campaign budgets.
A false video of Joe Biden has been altered to make it seem like the Democrat candidate greeted Florida, instead of Minnesota at a rally on Friday.
The leaders of US tech giants faced strong criticism from US senators on Wednesday over the way they moderate content on their platforms.
An investigation by The Cube has found no evidence that the Democratic vice presidential nominee broke Ohio county rules during an appearance near a polling station.
French MP Laetitia Avia told Euronews that tougher action must be taken on social media platforms, following the assassination of history teacher Samuel Paty.
"We apologise for letting down our community", said a Facebook spokesperson after the company admitted that Instagram posts in support of #EndSARS were incorrectly labeled as misleading.
Twitter has changed the way you retweet in the lead-up to #USElection2020.
But some people have been confused about the change.
The #EndSars hashtag has been trending for weeks, calling for an end to police brutality in Nigeria.
French politicians have been mounting pressure on social media platforms - calling on them to do more after the murder of teacher Samuel Paty.