How To Train Your Nose To Smell Fake News

Spreading fake news has become a common tool for the vested interests to either effectively malign one’s adversaries or unduly glorify one’s proponent. Chahat Awasthi, a journalism trainee at Cardiff University in the UK, lists a few yardsticks to judge the authenticity of a dubious or doubtful piece of information. Watch and comment:

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1 month ago

I really like people that help others understand how to look at the news UNBAISED. That is the key thing to have before forming any opinion.

1 month ago

A very relevant video in today’s times. IANS, Swaraj and others are all a part of the BJP IT cell. All real journalists should work together to expose these hoaxters that seek to mislead the masses.👏

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