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social media

pl.n. (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
The websites and applications considered as collectively constituting a medium by which people share messages, photographs, and other information, especially in online communities or forums based on shared interests or backgrounds.

social media

pl n
(Communications & Information) agencies, such as websites and applications, that facilitate social networking
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news while deterring creators from posting new fake news content.
Knight Foundation released a report, "Disinformation, 'Fake News' and Influence Campaigns on Twitter," which studies how misinformation spread during the 2016 U.S.
Information Literacy and Libraries in the Age of Fake News
Bulgarian EU Presidency, too, fell victim to fake news, Minister for the Bulgarian Presidency of the EU Council Lilyana Pavlova said at an international conference entitled aFake News of True Trollsa,A Focus News AgencyA reports.
"Information and Fake News" is a title from the media literacy series for students aged 11 years and up.
Aquino, who is seeking another six-year term in the Senate in the upcoming May 2019 elections, said he expects the fake news and black propaganda against him to intensify in the run-up to next year's polls but vowed to work harder to dispel these lies.
Fake news is a current phenomenon, though it dates back hundreds of years ago.
Tsai called on the people of Taiwan to stand up to fake news, and said that fake news can lead to misunderstanding, conflict, and can influence elections.
But in a time where "fake news" is at the forefront of American politics, it makes sense to look back on journalistic integrity, the history of propaganda and the future of the mass media as America gears up for the midterm election vote in November.
This article appears to take the view that newsrooms must prepare and combat fake news that is posted on social media by crackpots, partisan hacks, and fake news purveyors, thereby placing the blame for false reporting on everyone else while exempting newsrooms.
Most of these horrifying incidents have one thing in common - they were triggered by fake news about child-lifters; cow-smugglers; cow slaughter; desecration of religious places; and more.
However, the DAP parliamentary leader said measures were still needed to combat fake news and urged stakeholders to review existing laws towards this end.