Tuesday, 19 December 2017


“Fake news” has come to dominate the airwaves and cyberspace worldwide in recent years. It seems that everywhere we turn to we would be hearing and seeing stories that could or could not turn out to actually be true. They could turn out to be demonstrably false reports or flawed analysis under the guise of critical thinking or academic writing. Compounding this issue profoundly is the heavy use of social media and networking that has become commonplace in our day-to-day life, with the result that completely fabricated articles are being shared across social channels by everyday people regardless of the source.

This infographic by Louder With Crowder has gathered statistics and survey results on how the public has received, perceived, and responded to fake news they’ve come to encounter in their daily lives.

[Post Source: Louder With Crowder.]

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