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social media

An umbrella term for communication and social interaction through online formats such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, online blogs, LinkedIn, etc. Social media is increasingly being used by companies and organisations, including governmental, to encourage participation and engagement with their readership, members and the general public.
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Amidst reports of the pervasiveness of fake news on the
Minister Pavlova said there are four categories of fake news. "The first is the sensational content that seeks to generate traffic and make money.
"Information Literacy and Fake News" is competed by a bibliography, suggested lists of related books and websites for more information, and a glossary.
Ang maaasahan niyo naman sa akin ay ang patuloy kong pagtrabaho sa mga reporma natin sa Senado, lalo na sa edukasyon, (Let us be vigilant against fake news and deception on social media.
Fake news creates confusion about facts, current events and issues which misguide people in their decision-making process.
Due to the emergence of fake news online, Tsai implored the people to fact-check information if a news report seems strange, and if you see fake news, you should call it out.
Though the "fake news" phrase is of recent times, the manipulation of mass information has been around for centuries.
It is not the ordinary folks alone who spread fake news. Political parties and their leaders do not bat an eyelid before doing the same.
He stressed that his call for such a law was not a U-turn by Pakatan Harapan and cited a recent commentary in a Malay daily as an example of fake news with its claim that DAP wanted to do away with the nation's royalty.
After submitting screenshots or photos of potential fake news stories to the app, their digital identification codes will be transferred to the National Forensics Service (NFS).
'Let us know where order of ban is written in the verdict', CJP remarked while adding, 'Fake news was aired on all TV channels'.
How do these algorithms work, and can they serve fake news? At the beginning I'll try to simply define algorithms: They are equations behind everything taking place online to collect huge data about consumers and predict what types of content they would prefer.