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Fake News shared by very few but over 65 more likely to pass

Fake News shared by very few but over 65 more likely to passA small percentage of people, less than nine per cent, shared links to so-called “fake news” sites on Facebook during the 2016 US presidential election campaign, but this behaviour was disproportionately common among people over the age of 65, finds a new analysis by researchers at New York University’s Social Media and Political Participation Lab and Princeton University.


Do You Share Fake News On Social Media?

Do You Share Fake News On Social Media?Recent research, information re-sharing on Social Network Sites in the Age of Fake News, conducted by Dr. Mehrdad Koohikamali, assistant professor in the School of Business at the University of Redlands, and Dr. Anna Sidorova, associate professor of information technology and decision sciences at University of North Texas, looks at resharing behavior on social network sites (SNS) and how the perception of the three dimensions of information quality—reliability, relevance, and enjoyment—could influence users’ intention to re-share the content they see on SNSs.

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