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A University of Cambridge study published in the journal Global Challenges actually says people can be inoculated against fake news. According to BBC News, the study “suggest ‘pre-emptively exposing’ readers to a small ‘dose’ of the misinformation can help …
BBC News has an interesting article on how social media is changing who gets hired for work in the industry. Having the most social media followers might mean you get the job regardless of your qualifications or talent. Other industries …