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Fake News: Getting Started

Fake News: Why Should We Care

A November 2016 release of study results by the Stanford History Education Group indicates that K-12 and college students have difficulties identifying credible, objective, non-manipulated information online;

A Pew Research Center Report from December 2016 shows that 64% of U.S. adults say fabricated news stories cause a great deal of confusion about the basic facts of current issues and events;

The proliferation of health news that is often fake, incomplete, or totally inaccurate and the way this information influences health policy and individuals making health decisions;

The role of the media in the United States Presidential election of 2016.

Fake News is a Real Problem

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