Charlie Warzel

opinion writer at large for the New York Times

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Charlie Warzel is a senior technology writer for BuzzFeed.

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Almost immediately after Jeffrey Epstein’s death was announced early Saturday, conspiracy theories roared into action on both the left and the right sides of Twitter.

Conspiracy theories, Epstein's suicide and political discourse

Almost immediately after Jeffrey Epstein’s death was announced early Saturday, conspiracy theories roared into action on both the left and the right sides of Twitter.

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By now we're all familiar with how deliberately wrong information can dominate social media and online searches -- when it comes to politics.

'Fake news' is everywhere. How can journalism keep up?

By now we're all familiar with how deliberately wrong information can dominate social media and online searches -- when it comes to politics.

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The Ethics of Live-streaming Video

We’ll delve more deeply into the technical realities and cultural impacts of live-streaming video of police shootings.

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