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86percent of internet users admit being duped by fake news: survey
OTTAWA: Eighty-six per cent of internet users have been duped by fake news — most of it spread on Facebook — according to a global survey published Tuesday.Respondents said they want both governments and social media companies to crack down on these activities, which are contributing to a growing distrust of the internet as well as negatively impacting economies and political discourse.
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86percent of internet users admit being duped by fake news: survey
OTTAWA: Eighty-six per cent of internet users have been duped by fake news — most of it spread on Facebook — according to a global survey published Tuesday.Respondents said they want both governments and social media companies to crack down on these activities, which are contributing to a growing distrust of the internet as well as negatively impacting economies and political discourse.
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