Digital Forensic, Research and Analytics Center

Monday, August 15, 2022
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Digital Forensics, Research and Analytics Centre (DFRAC) is a non-partisan and independent media organisation which focuses on fact-checking and identifying hate speech. With the popularisation of the internet came the challenge of information overload and often times, our feeds are overpopulated with conflicting, incendiary and false information which is increasingly becoming difficult to ignore and not believe in

Exclusive articles:

Fact-Check: The truth behind the viral video of police obstructing Ganesh Puja in Kerala

On September 13,2021 a fake account of actress Payal Rohtagi posted a video of what looks like a Ganesh Chaturthi ritual being disrupted by police...

What makes people trust and rely on fake news over real news

 Nisar Siddiqui (Research Fellow DFRAC) Fake News is a type of hoax or deliberate spread of misinformation with the intent to mislead in order to...

Fake News, Disinformation and how to know Real News

You would think—from the outcry and hullabaloo—that fake news, on the contrary ‘alternative facts’ and misinformation are on the rise. It is making it...

THE NEW ERA OF CYBER WARFARE

One of the famous US news website reported this months that in December 2020, Russian state had apparently launched a cyberespionage attack on the...

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Fact check: Not Raja Anangpal, but Mughal emperor Shah Jahan had built the Red Fort

The discussion of Mughals is always there in Indian...

What’s the social media hype for #BoycottLaalSinghChaddha?

The film starring Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan is getting...

Fact Check: Will you now have to pay 18% GST on rent?

A claim is becoming very viral on social media....
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