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To question standards of objectivity in journalism is nothing new. Yet the recent resurgence of so-called "fake news" feels different. Whatever we think "fake news" is - whether a right-wing talking point or evidence of "foreign meddling" in our elections - the velocity of its impact relies on a digital media landscape that is more liable to algorithmic manipulation than any time before.
The Misinformation Age 
Added 5 months ago by Leo Shaw
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The Misinformation Age 
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To question standards of objectivity in journalism is nothing new. Yet the recent resurgence of so-called "fake news" feels different. Whatever we think "fake news" is - whether a right-wing talking point or evidence of "foreign meddling" in our elections - the velocity of its impact relies on a digital media landscape that is more liable to algorithmic manipulation than any time before.
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