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Misinformation poses a significant risk to society, especially during key elections. While some share false information with harmful intentions, others do so unknowingly or with good intentions, aiming to make the world better.
More and more people are saying they don’t trust the news or can’t face engaging with it – and that appears to have political implications.
There’s something deeply wrong with the right-wing British nationalist media – AKA the media – and it represents a serious threat to the future of democracy in the UK.
The rise of fake news and the absence of the Fairness Doctrine in modern broadcasting have resulted in a lack of accountability, threatening the accuracy of the information available to the public.
Almost three years into the pandemic, myths and misinformation about COVID-19 remain widespread. Let’s debunk some common misconceptions about COVID.
No one risks their life crossing one of the busiest shipping routes in the world for a fiver a day, a cheap mobile phone and to be stuck three-to-a-room in a dilapidated hell hole while struggling to access the legal system.