BBC News marks content 'verified' to counter disinformation

Metadata and trail of provenance embedded into images and video

John Leonard
clock • 2 min read
BBC News marks content as 'verified' to counter disinformation
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BBC News marks content as 'verified' to counter disinformation

BBC News has started marking third-party images and videos on its website as “verified”.

The aim is to counter the growing problem of AI-generated and altered content presented as reality. A verified video or image has its metadata including the author, the date it was taken, locati...

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BBC News marks content 'verified' to counter disinformation

BBC News marks content 'verified' to counter disinformation

Metadata and trail of provenance embedded into images and video

John Leonard
clock 05 March 2024 • 2 min read