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Tag: Fact checking

This CSA report analyzes the mechanisms by which false information spreads on Twitter.

Does the number of “likes” or “shares” received by an article that appears on our Facebook or Twitter news feed influence the trust that we place in it? Do these signs of positive engagement with an article lead us, in turn, to like it and share it with others?

A fake news detection system aims to assist users in detecting and filtering out varieties of potentially deceptive news. The prediction of the chances that a particular news item is […]

Petite histoire de la désinformation exposes, from Antiquity to the present day, desinformation operations and provides us with anecdotes that, from the Trojan horse to the Internet, from the Potemkin […]

The media are increasingly displaying fact-checking work, particularly in the political field, through fact-checking formats and headings.

Can we measure the impact of manipulation ? Everyone finds, in the media or on the Internet, something to confirm their beliefs.

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