UK University Scientists Consider 'Vaccine' Against Fake News | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


UK University Scientists Consider 'Vaccine' Against Fake News

The study concluded that participants resisted this fake news in the event the misinformation was presented combined with accurate facts, the BBC said. If the misinformation and facts were presented consecutively, the former would win the influence over the reader, the BBC added.

In the United States, the term "fake news" surfaced shortly after November 8, after it was widely reported that false and misleading stories posted to Facebook may have influenced the outcome of the presidential election.

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