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Yes, many will be misled by false information shared 378 votes

Yes, many will be misled by false information shared
68%
No, people will simply go to authorised sites 113 votes

No, people will simply go to authorised sites
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nicola2201

nicola2201

  This is an unbelievably dangerous situation in a world where everyone believes they are a journalist and that writing is easy. Journalism is a trained profession where we are taught how to interpret facts; how to balance the information and most critically, how to check, double-check and then still verify if that information is correct and/or what the agenda might be behind the information being presented. In an arena where people can write without verifying and/or merely forward multiple times something that appears on their newsfeed and is believed as gospel is frightening.

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