'The online attacks made me feel dirty and endangered.'
Twitter, the downfall of many a poor 'expert'.
Media experts talk to HuffPost SA on what the fake-news-driven violence says about our society and what the media can do about it.
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The Chinese people have been wading through propaganda for decades.
Myself and thousands of people across the globe spend careers learning how to fool you - and I'll admit: I love it. Between us and our clients, we can and do make you believe virtually anything. Witho...
Without audiences demanding well- researched and conflict-sensitive narratives, critical reporting will be increasingly side- lined.
If you’re wondering why I have not spoken sooner, it’s because I’ve been listening and trying to understand.
Fake news is easily manufactured because of the rise in the use of social media by media practitioners and imposters find it easy to pose as the real deal.
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We're about to enter another weekend, so brace yourselves. And if you don't know why, here's a recap of the troubled Camp Trump.
Threats to the vision of an open internet including fake news must be tackled but centralised regulation must be avoided, says founder of the World Wide Web Sir Tim Berners-Lee.
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"We will be discussing how do we regulate it."
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"Fake news" — the kind of stories without even a kernel of truth, often made up by nefarious agents or cynical profiteers, appeared to play a major role in the 2016 presidential campaign. There...
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And it all seems to be focused on protecting the Guptas, President Jacob Zuma's favourite family.
We might be able to spot fake news, but beware of manipulation and propaganda.