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Nikkei Asia / Kentaro Takeda, Masaharu Ban, and Tomoya Onishi / Jun 12
“The survey found that 75% of Japanese encounter fake news but only 19% said they know how to verify it, including the use of fact-checking websites. In Vietnam, which topped the survey, 81% said they know how to confirm news stories. In South Korea, which placed ninth — ahead of last place Japan — only 34% responded the same way.”
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