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“It’s not simple media literacy. It’s a tough nut to crack.”
From headlines to familiarity with news brands, people generally not tuned into the news use six main cues to decide which stories to trust.
A new beta version would add significant friction to forwarding messages more than once — the latest in a line of structural changes meant to reduce how often misinformation goes viral.
“Don’t be afraid to tackle misinformation head on. It’s important that people speak out, and you can repeat [misinformation] and then debunk it.”
“Your newsroom should match the community. It’s the easiest thing to say, it’s very difficult to do.”
“The readers of our publication can be trusted to weigh in thoughtfully and meaningfully on complex issues.”
The Continent has now published 53 editions and has more than 11,000 subscribers a week who receive the publication for free.
They…joined them! Plus: YouTube beats Indian news organizations 65-to-1, and machines can make fake news pretty well, but it can’t detect it.
Plus: “Newsworthiness” and how politicians are fact-checked on Facebook, and the number of countries with political disinformation campaigns has more than doubled in the past two years.