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FAKE NEWS : DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS, MEDIA REPORTS DOCUMENTS AND OTHER SOURCES


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Fake News Search Results and Selected Documents and Reports

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Fake News Search Results and Selected Documents and Reports

 

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Fake News Websites
From Wikipedia

"Fake news websites are websites that publish hoaxes,
propaganda, or disinformation to increase web traffic
through sharing on social media. Unlike news satire,
where humor is the object, fake news websites seek to
increase their traffic by knowingly circulating false stories.
Fake news websites have promoted misleading or factually
incorrect information concerning the politics of several
countries including: Germany, Indonesia and the Philippines,
Sweden, China, Myanmar, Italy, France, Brazil, Australia,
India, and the United States. Many of the false news sites
are hosted in Russia, Macedonia, Romania, and the U.S.

One Swedish newspaper, The Local, described the proliferation
of fake news as a form of psychological warfare.[1]
The European Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs called
attention to the problem in 2016 when it passed a resolution
warning that the Russian government was using think tanks,
"pseudo-news agencies" and "internet trolls" as forms of
propaganda and disinformation to weaken confidence in
Western institutions.[2]

In 2015, the Swedish Security Service, Sweden's national security
agency, issued a report concluding Russia was utilizing the tactic
to inflame "splits in society" through the proliferation of propaganda.[1]
Sweden's Ministry of Defence tasked its Civil Contingencies Agency
to combat fake news from Russia.[1] Fraudulent news affected politics
in Indonesia and the Philippines, where there was simultaneously
widespread usage of social media and limited resources to check the
veracity of political claims.[3] German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned
of the societal impact of "fake sites, bots, trolls".[4]

Fraudulent articles spread through social media during the 2016
U.S. presidential election.[5][6][7] Several officials within the
United States Intelligence Community said that Russia was engaged in
spreading fake news.[8] Computer security company FireEye concluded
Russia used social media as cyberwarfare.[9] Google and Facebook
banned fake sites from using online advertising.[10][11] U.S. President
Barack Obama said a disregard for facts created a "dust cloud of nonsense".[12]
Concern advanced bipartisan legislation in the U.S. Senate to authorize
U.S. State Department action against foreign propaganda.[13]
U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee member Ron Wyden said:
"There is definitely bipartisan concern about the Russian government
engaging in covert influence activities of this nature."[13]"

Contents

1 Prominent sources
1.1 Macedonia
1.2 Romania
1.3 Russia
1.3.1 Internet Research Agency
1.3.2 EU regulation of Russian fake news
1.3.3 Observations
1.3.4 Counter-Disinformation Team
1.3.5 Further role in 2016 U.S. presidential election
1.4 United States
2 Impacts by country
2.1 Australia
2.2 Brazil
2.3 China
2.4 France
2.5 Germany
2.6 India
2.7 Indonesia and Philippines
2.8 Italy
2.9 Myanmar
2.10 Sweden
2.11 2016 U.S. presidential election
3 Response
3.1 Google CEO comment and actions
3.2 Facebook deliberations
3.2.1 Blocking fraudulent advertisers
3.2.2 Response
3.2.3 Impact
3.3 Fact-checking websites and journalists
3.4 Proposed technology tools
4 Academic analysis
5 Media commentary
5.1 Full Frontal
5.2 Last Week Tonight
5.3 Other media
6 See also
7 Footnotes
8 References
9 Further reading
10 External links

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19,923 results

Archival Material (1)
Audio Recording (78)
Book / eBook (1,154)
Book Chapter (109)
Book Review (250)
Conference Proceeding (28)
Dissertation/Thesis (136)
Government Document (17)
Journal Article (990)
Magazine Article (854)
Manuscript (15
Market Research (1)
Newsletter (69)
Newspaper (5)
Newspaper Article (14,914)
Publication (2)
Reference (127)
Report (71)
Research Guide (2)
Streaming Video (5)
Trade Publication Article (134)
Transcript (409)
Video Recording (13)
Web Resource (754)

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The Stewart/Colbert Effect:
Essays on the Real Impacts of Fake News
Editor    Amarnath Amarasingam
Edition    illustrated
Publisher    McFarland, 2011
ISBN    0786486686, 9780786486687
Length    208 pages

http://tinyurl.com/gtdc4o5



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Fake News Watch

 

http://www.fakenewswatch.com/

 

Fake/Hoax News Websites

Satire Websites

Clickbait Websites

 

 

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Fake News Reports FROM The Huffington Post

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/fake-news/

 

 

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Fake News Archives FROM Snopes.com

 

http://www.snopes.com/category/facts/fact-fake-news/

 

 

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Fake News Reports FROM NPR

 

http://www.npr.org/tags/502124007/fake-news

 

 

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Fake news detector plug-in developed –

 

By Jane Wakefield Technology reporter

 

2 December 2016

   

From the section Technology

 

BBC News –

 

BBC.com

 

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Faux News:

 

10 Best Websites for Fake News and Satire

 

John McClain

 

August 1, 2009

 

http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/faux-news-alert-best-websites-for-fake-news-satire/


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[Educator-Gold] Conspiracy Theorists: ‘Pizzagate’ Shooting Just a False Flag

Conspiracy Theorists: ‘Pizzagate’ Shooting Just a False Flag
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
December 9, 2016, 2:09 P.M. E.S.T.
New York Times

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·  The Agony of Sandy Hook Continues Four Years Later

The Agony of Sandy Hook Continues Four Years Later
DECEMBER 14, 2016
By Doug Porter
San Diego Free Press

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How to Counter Fake News
Technology Can Help Distinguish Fact From Fiction

By Martin J. O'Malley and Peter L. Levin
https://foreignaffairs.org/articles/americas/2017-01-05/how-counter-fake-news

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The Fake News
Author    Randel McGirr
Publisher    iUniverse, 2007
ISBN    0595465617, 9780595465613
Length    188 pages

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