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Fake News and Misinformation

by ERASMUS+ KA226 "Connected by knowledge" 4th May 2022

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PRIMO ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO
SAN VITO DEI NORMANNI
04/05/2022
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MISINFORMATION AND FAKE NEWS
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KA226 "CONNECTED BY KNOWLEDGE"
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WHAT IS INFORMATION?
Information is DATA that:
1. has been verified to be accurate and timely
2. is specific and organized for a purpose
3. is presented within a context that gives it meaning and relevance
4. can lead to an increase in understanding and decrease in uncertainty
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What information do you take/leave from the internet?
You take information from the internet to:
1. Upload videos
2. Reach data easily
3. Buy things
4. Get help with homework
On the internet you leave:
1. images and videos you upload
2. your personal information (adress, phone number etc) when shopping online
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN FAKE NEWS AND FALSE INFORMATION
Fake news
False information
Fake news is now firmly linked to politics, which can help narrow the focus of the matter. The term "false information" is preferred, because it can refer to a wide range of misinformation and disinformation, covering numerous topics across all platforms and genres, but "fake news" is understood more narrowly as political news stories.
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False information is information, stories or hoaxes created to deliberately misinform or deceive readers, viewers and listeners. The story itself might be fabricated, with no verifiable facts, sources or quotes or some elements or facts might be accurate but presented in a false and misleading way.
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FACT OR OPINION?
Facts:
- Dates
- History
- Numbers
- Science
Opinions
- Believe
- Suspected
- Suggest
- Think
- Feel
- Claimed
Propaganda
See images and contents that are used to influence someone is called propaganda
Propaganda is:
- Influence
- Compaigns
- Media
- one sided
- Lies tricks
- Mislead
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