D369, an accelerator hub by SaleemNawaz Mandi Shaikh, raising USD 1 bn for start-ups in Web3 and Metaverse \
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D369, an accelerator hub by SaleemNawaz Mandi Shaikh, raising USD 1 bn for start-ups in Web3 and Metaverse

21-Sep-2022
Abu Dhabi [UAE], September 21 (ANI/NewsVoir): This is 2022 and the world has far exceeded the Internet. With the advancement of technology and a major push to Digitization, the fascinating world of the Internet has progressed rapidly and this has resulted in a complete 360-degree transformation of the World Wide Web, leading to the emergence of Web3. For starters, Web3 is all about creating a dynamic and interactive decentralised ecosystem that believes in leveraging the power of Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and all other modern-day advanced technologies like blockchain to smartly address the growing present-day internet problems. Catering to the same objective, SaleemNawaz Mandi Shaikh, a digipreneur and Web3 specialist has initiated D369 & is raising USD 1 bn for 250+ start-ups under the patronage of the Royal Family of UAE & multiple renowned Venture Capitalists and will be entirely based on Web3 and Metaverse.
21-Sep-2022 Business
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Bitliberte, India’s first Web3 startup to raise USD 1.76 million to establish a FashionFi ecosystem for NFTs and DAO \
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Bitliberte, India’s first Web3 startup to raise USD 1.76 million to establish a FashionFi ecosystem for NFTs and DAO

21-Jun-2022
New Delhi [India], June 21 (ANI/PNN): Bitliberte will become India's first Web3 startup to raise USD 1.76 million to establish a full-fledged FashionFi ecosystem that will use non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and decentralized autonomous organizations (DAO) to bridge the gap between fashion and finance.
21-Jun-2022 Business
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction \
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction

26-Nov-2021
Since the creation of the World Wide Web, we have had access to more information than ever before. However, we are also bombarded with dangerous disinformation. The UN’s Verified campaign has launched an online course to help us decide which is which, and protect vulnerable people from potential harm.
It has become increasingly apparent that, for some time, some individuals and organizations are intent on spreading false information online. During the pandemic, for example, claims that certain drugs or remedies are miracle cures, or that the pandemic is a hoax, have circulated on social media platforms. Whilst there are those who are sharing these articles, videos and images maliciously, many do so because they have not been able to distinguish between legitimate information from trusted sources and false claims, or because they have simply shared a post sent by a family member or loved one, without looking closely at the content it contains. The consequences can be disastrous, leading people to take dangerous, inappropriate medication and refuse to take COVID-19 vaccines, and may even lead to avoidable hospitalizations and deaths as a result. To help combat the spread of harmful disinformation, the UN’s Verified campaign has teamed up with wikiHow, an online community of experts creating trusted how-to guides, to create a free online course.  The course, which contains a series of lessons sent to email subscribers over five days, teaches vital skills and how to put them into practice, helping users identify false information and help slow the spread, and protect vulnerable people from harm. By the end of the course, students will know when, and why, to pause before sharing, how to fact-check, and how to speak to people who have shared misinformation. Sign up to Verified’s campaign, and take a moment to pause before forwarding a message, retweeting a story or watching a video in your social media feed.
26-Nov-2021 United Nations
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction \
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction

26-Nov-2021
Since the creation of the World Wide Web, we have had access to more information than ever before. However, we are also bombarded with dangerous disinformation. The UN’s Verified campaign has launched an online course to help us decide which is which, and protect vulnerable people from potential harm.
It has become increasingly apparent that, for some time, some individuals and organizations are intent on spreading false information online. During the pandemic, for example, claims that certain drugs or remedies are miracle cures, or that the pandemic is a hoax, have circulated on social media platforms. Whilst there are those who are sharing these articles, videos and images maliciously, many do so because they have not been able to distinguish between legitimate information from trusted sources and false claims, or because they have simply shared a post sent by a family member or loved one, without looking closely at the content it contains. The consequences can be disastrous, leading people to take dangerous, inappropriate medication and refuse to take COVID-19 vaccines, and may even lead to avoidable hospitalizations and deaths as a result. To help combat the spread of harmful disinformation, the UN’s Verified campaign has teamed up with wikiHow, an online community of experts creating trusted how-to guides, to create a free online course.  The course, which contains a series of lessons sent to email subscribers over five days, teaches vital skills and how to put them into practice, helping users identify false information and help slow the spread, and protect vulnerable people from harm. By the end of the course, students will know when, and why, to pause before sharing, how to fact-check, and how to speak to people who have shared misinformation. Sign up to Verified’s campaign, and take a moment to pause before forwarding a message, retweeting a story or watching a video in your social media feed.
26-Nov-2021 United Nations
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction \
2 min read
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction

26-Nov-2021
Since the creation of the World Wide Web, we have had access to more information than ever before. However, we are also bombarded with dangerous disinformation. The UN’s Verified campaign has launched an online course to help us decide which is which, and protect vulnerable people from potential harm.
It has become increasingly apparent that, for some time, some individuals and organizations are intent on spreading false information online. During the pandemic, for example, claims that certain drugs or remedies are miracle cures, or that the pandemic is a hoax, have circulated on social media platforms. Whilst there are those who are sharing these articles, videos and images maliciously, many do so because they have not been able to distinguish between legitimate information from trusted sources and false claims, or because they have simply shared a post sent by a family member or loved one, without looking closely at the content it contains. The consequences can be disastrous, leading people to take dangerous, inappropriate medication and refuse to take COVID-19 vaccines, and may even lead to avoidable hospitalizations and deaths as a result. To help combat the spread of harmful disinformation, the UN’s Verified campaign has teamed up with wikiHow, an online community of experts creating trusted how-to guides, to create a free online course.  The course, which contains a series of lessons sent to email subscribers over five days, teaches vital skills and how to put them into practice, helping users identify false information and help slow the spread, and protect vulnerable people from harm. By the end of the course, students will know when, and why, to pause before sharing, how to fact-check, and how to speak to people who have shared misinformation. Sign up to Verified’s campaign, and take a moment to pause before forwarding a message, retweeting a story or watching a video in your social media feed.
26-Nov-2021 United Nations
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction \
2 min read
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction

26-Nov-2021
Since the creation of the World Wide Web, we have had access to more information than ever before. However, we are also bombarded with dangerous disinformation. The UN’s Verified campaign has launched an online course to help us decide which is which, and protect vulnerable people from potential harm.
It has become increasingly apparent that, for some time, some individuals and organizations are intent on spreading false information online. During the pandemic, for example, claims that certain drugs or remedies are miracle cures, or that the pandemic is a hoax, have circulated on social media platforms. Whilst there are those who are sharing these articles, videos and images maliciously, many do so because they have not been able to distinguish between legitimate information from trusted sources and false claims, or because they have simply shared a post sent by a family member or loved one, without looking closely at the content it contains. The consequences can be disastrous, leading people to take dangerous, inappropriate medication and refuse to take COVID-19 vaccines, and may even lead to avoidable hospitalizations and deaths as a result. To help combat the spread of harmful disinformation, the UN’s Verified campaign has teamed up with wikiHow, an online community of experts creating trusted how-to guides, to create a free online course.  The course, which contains a series of lessons sent to email subscribers over five days, teaches vital skills and how to put them into practice, helping users identify false information and help slow the spread, and protect vulnerable people from harm. By the end of the course, students will know when, and why, to pause before sharing, how to fact-check, and how to speak to people who have shared misinformation. Sign up to Verified’s campaign, and take a moment to pause before forwarding a message, retweeting a story or watching a video in your social media feed.
26-Nov-2021 United Nations
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction \
2 min read
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction

26-Nov-2021
Since the creation of the World Wide Web, we have had access to more information than ever before. However, we are also bombarded with dangerous disinformation. The UN’s Verified campaign has launched an online course to help us decide which is which, and protect vulnerable people from potential harm.
It has become increasingly apparent that, for some time, some individuals and organizations are intent on spreading false information online. During the pandemic, for example, claims that certain drugs or remedies are miracle cures, or that the pandemic is a hoax, have circulated on social media platforms. Whilst there are those who are sharing these articles, videos and images maliciously, many do so because they have not been able to distinguish between legitimate information from trusted sources and false claims, or because they have simply shared a post sent by a family member or loved one, without looking closely at the content it contains. The consequences can be disastrous, leading people to take dangerous, inappropriate medication and refuse to take COVID-19 vaccines, and may even lead to avoidable hospitalizations and deaths as a result. To help combat the spread of harmful disinformation, the UN’s Verified campaign has teamed up with wikiHow, an online community of experts creating trusted how-to guides, to create a free online course.  The course, which contains a series of lessons sent to email subscribers over five days, teaches vital skills and how to put them into practice, helping users identify false information and help slow the spread, and protect vulnerable people from harm. By the end of the course, students will know when, and why, to pause before sharing, how to fact-check, and how to speak to people who have shared misinformation. Sign up to Verified’s campaign, and take a moment to pause before forwarding a message, retweeting a story or watching a video in your social media feed.
26-Nov-2021 United Nations
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction \
2 min read
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction

26-Nov-2021
Since the creation of the World Wide Web, we have had access to more information than ever before. However, we are also bombarded with dangerous disinformation. The UN’s Verified campaign has launched an online course to help us decide which is which, and protect vulnerable people from potential harm.
It has become increasingly apparent that, for some time, some individuals and organizations are intent on spreading false information online. During the pandemic, for example, claims that certain drugs or remedies are miracle cures, or that the pandemic is a hoax, have circulated on social media platforms. Whilst there are those who are sharing these articles, videos and images maliciously, many do so because they have not been able to distinguish between legitimate information from trusted sources and false claims, or because they have simply shared a post sent by a family member or loved one, without looking closely at the content it contains. The consequences can be disastrous, leading people to take dangerous, inappropriate medication and refuse to take COVID-19 vaccines, and may even lead to avoidable hospitalizations and deaths as a result. To help combat the spread of harmful disinformation, the UN’s Verified campaign has teamed up with wikiHow, an online community of experts creating trusted how-to guides, to create a free online course.  The course, which contains a series of lessons sent to email subscribers over five days, teaches vital skills and how to put them into practice, helping users identify false information and help slow the spread, and protect vulnerable people from harm. By the end of the course, students will know when, and why, to pause before sharing, how to fact-check, and how to speak to people who have shared misinformation. Sign up to Verified’s campaign, and take a moment to pause before forwarding a message, retweeting a story or watching a video in your social media feed.
26-Nov-2021 United Nations
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction \
2 min read
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction

26-Nov-2021
Since the creation of the World Wide Web, we have had access to more information than ever before. However, we are also bombarded with dangerous disinformation. The UN’s Verified campaign has launched an online course to help us decide which is which, and protect vulnerable people from potential harm.
It has become increasingly apparent that, for some time, some individuals and organizations are intent on spreading false information online. During the pandemic, for example, claims that certain drugs or remedies are miracle cures, or that the pandemic is a hoax, have circulated on social media platforms. Whilst there are those who are sharing these articles, videos and images maliciously, many do so because they have not been able to distinguish between legitimate information from trusted sources and false claims, or because they have simply shared a post sent by a family member or loved one, without looking closely at the content it contains. The consequences can be disastrous, leading people to take dangerous, inappropriate medication and refuse to take COVID-19 vaccines, and may even lead to avoidable hospitalizations and deaths as a result. To help combat the spread of harmful disinformation, the UN’s Verified campaign has teamed up with wikiHow, an online community of experts creating trusted how-to guides, to create a free online course.  The course, which contains a series of lessons sent to email subscribers over five days, teaches vital skills and how to put them into practice, helping users identify false information and help slow the spread, and protect vulnerable people from harm. By the end of the course, students will know when, and why, to pause before sharing, how to fact-check, and how to speak to people who have shared misinformation. Sign up to Verified’s campaign, and take a moment to pause before forwarding a message, retweeting a story or watching a video in your social media feed.
26-Nov-2021 United Nations
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction \
2 min read
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Are you sure you want to share that? Sorting online fact from fiction

26-Nov-2021
Since the creation of the World Wide Web, we have had access to more information than ever before. However, we are also bombarded with dangerous disinformation. The UN’s Verified campaign has launched an online course to help us decide which is which, and protect vulnerable people from potential harm.
It has become increasingly apparent that, for some time, some individuals and organizations are intent on spreading false information online. During the pandemic, for example, claims that certain drugs or remedies are miracle cures, or that the pandemic is a hoax, have circulated on social media platforms. Whilst there are those who are sharing these articles, videos and images maliciously, many do so because they have not been able to distinguish between legitimate information from trusted sources and false claims, or because they have simply shared a post sent by a family member or loved one, without looking closely at the content it contains. The consequences can be disastrous, leading people to take dangerous, inappropriate medication and refuse to take COVID-19 vaccines, and may even lead to avoidable hospitalizations and deaths as a result. To help combat the spread of harmful disinformation, the UN’s Verified campaign has teamed up with wikiHow, an online community of experts creating trusted how-to guides, to create a free online course.  The course, which contains a series of lessons sent to email subscribers over five days, teaches vital skills and how to put them into practice, helping users identify false information and help slow the spread, and protect vulnerable people from harm. By the end of the course, students will know when, and why, to pause before sharing, how to fact-check, and how to speak to people who have shared misinformation. Sign up to Verified’s campaign, and take a moment to pause before forwarding a message, retweeting a story or watching a video in your social media feed.
26-Nov-2021 United Nations
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