Fake news is becoming a bigger and bigger problem the more social media platforms grow. And as we all know, Facebook is the worst culprit for the spread of misinformation and fake news.
It’s also becoming more difficult for normal, everyday users to differentiate those fake and unreliable materials from the verified sources.
A critical aspect of this misinformation simply comes down to the fact that users believe what’s presented to them online. So if it looks genuine, or appears to make a valid point, then they will trust that information without actually understanding where it came from.
Now, we all know someone who regularly shares questionable content.
So maybe this infographic will shed light on how you can go about avoiding fake news campaigns and false information on social media.
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