Fake or Fact: Media experts discusses misinformation
By Guardian Exclusive
24 October 2019 | 1:49 pm
Disinformation and misinformation are both different from journalism which complies with professional standards and ethics. At the same time, they are also different from cases of weak journalism that fall short of its own promise. Experts in a townhall meeting discuss misinformation.
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