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Fake News: It's Complicated

To understand the misinformation ecosystem, here's a break down of the types of fake content, content creators motivations and how it's being disseminated from First Draft News 

 

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Is Fake News Really a Problem?

Infographic: Fake News Is A Real Problem | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista

 

Articles about Fake News

Fake news is not news you disagree with -- it is content generated by non-news organizations to drive eyeballs to ads (e.g., clickbait) or to spread false information (rumors, conspiracy theories, junk science, and propaganda, for example).

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