1. Twitter flags ballot conspiracy theory shared by Trump – after it is shared widely  The Guardian
  2. Trump attends Veterans Day observance amid claims of election fraud  The Telegraph
  3. After Biden Win, Right-Wing Sites Still Push False Vote-Fraud Claims  The New York Times
  4. Biden is right that America needs healing. Just not yet.  The Washington Post
  5. False claims of voting fraud, pushed by Trump, thrive online  The Independent
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Video baselessly questioning the collection of valid ballots is retweeted more than 70,000 timesVideo baselessly questioning the collection of valid ballots is retweeted more than 70,000 times

Twitter flags ballot conspiracy theory shared by Trump – after it is shared widely | US elections 2020 | The Guardian

Social media experts say Trump's posts form a dilemma for the social network which it's likely to address after he leaves officeSocial media experts say Trump's posts form a dilemma for the social network which it's likely to address after he leaves office

What would it take for Facebook to pull the plug on Donald Trump?

PolitiFact is a fact-checking website that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials and others on its Truth-O-Meter.PolitiFact is a fact-checking website that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials and others on its Truth-O-Meter.

PolitiFact | No, this video doesn’t show an election worker destroying Trump ballots. It was a joke.

QAnon followers are pushing the claim that Donald Trump secretly watermarked mail-in ballots to prove fraud. This is false.QAnon followers are pushing the claim that Donald Trump secretly watermarked mail-in ballots to prove fraud. This is false.

Fact check: False QAnon claim that Trump watermarked mail-in ballots

The 45th president made history, both good and bad, in the 2020 election.The 45th president made history, both good and bad, in the 2020 election.

Was Trump First US President To Lose Popular Vote, Get Impeached, Then Lose Reelection?

It started months before Election Day with false claims on Facebook and Twitter that mail-in ballots cast for President Donald Trump had been chucked in dumpsters or rivers.It started months before Election Day with false claims on Facebook and Twitter that mail-in ballots cast for President Donald Trump had been chucked in dumpsters or rivers.

False claims of voting fraud, pushed by Trump, thrive online | The Star

After Trump, tech companies like Facebook and Twitter can’t pretend they’re powerless against disinformation.The election taught us that tech platforms can, in fact, regulate misinformation. What now?

Twitter and Facebook's election disinformation efforts may be too little, too late

As concerns about false or misleading information from the Trump campaign heat up, many critics have their eyes on Donald Trump Jr., not the president himself. The eldest son of the Trump family has a long history of posting false information, conspiracy theories and racist material on social [...]As concerns about false or misleading information from the Trump campaign heat up, many critics [...]

Donald Trump Jr.'s Twitter: 7 Most Controversial Tweets

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Facebook continues taking it from all sides in this election year, with Democrats generally livid that President Trump continues to have a presence on the platform at all, and conservatives and Trumpists generally annoyed that Facebook has done what little it's done to curb the president's lies.

Biden Press Secretary Lambasts Facebook Over Post-Election Misinformation

Don't be a victim of bad election information.Don't be a victim of bad election information.

Misinformation about election fraud has flooded the internet. Here's how to spot false reports - CNET

YouTube is barely moderating misinformation, and right-wing channels are circumventing limitations. YouTube is barely moderating misinformation, and right-wing channels are circumventing limitations.

YouTube Is Doing Very Little to Stop Election Misinformation From Spreading

Social media website Twitter labeled posts and retweets by President Donald Trump eight times in just the last 24 hours.Social media website Twitter labeled posts and retweets by President Donald Trump eight times in just the last 24 hours.

Twitter Labels 8 Trump Posts in 24 Hours

It started months before Election Day with false claims on Facebook and Twitter that mail-in ballots cast for President Donald Trump had been chucked in dumpsters or rivers. Now, a week after the final polls closed, falsehoods about dead people voting and ballots being thrown out by poll workers are still thriving on social media, […]It started months before Election Day with false claims on Facebook and Twitter that mail-in ballots cast for President Donald Trump had been chucked in dumpsters or rivers. Now, a week after the f…

False claims of voting fraud thrive on social media | KTLA

It started months before Election Day with false claims on Facebook and Twitter that mail-in ballots cast for President Donald Trump had been chucked in dumpsters or rivers. Now, a week after the f…

False claims of voting fraud thrive on social media | KTLA