Group aiming to defund disinformation tries to drain Fox News of online advertising

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Claire Atkin (left) and Nandini Jammi founded the nonprofit group Check My Ads, which aims to defund disinformation online. Now, they have launched a campaigned aimed at Fox News’ online empire. Jon McMorran

Jon McMorran

A nonprofit aiming to defund disinformation online that has taken money out of the pockets of several prominent far-right websites is now taking on its most formidable target yet: Fox News.

The group, Check My Ads, is hoping the success it has had in stripping advertising dollars from right-wing

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