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+4 votes

The young Macedonians are only doing what the major US news networks do on an industrial scale, except in the networks' case, they publish fake news that their left-wing audiences like.

Dan Rather and CBS, for example, in memogate, 2004.


And what is Rather doing now?  That's right, spreading more fake news, only this time on Facebook, Twitter and the Young Turks.


A lib-biased fake-newsman, Rather,

Well-known for his bluster and blather,

Made a dreadful mistake,

'Cuz the memos were fake,

Now's no wiser, but sadder, I gather.


Fake news are everywhere.



+3 votes

Seems to be the way now. I can't tell half the time when I do read the news what is real or just BS. It's a total shame to the U.S. and now spreading to the rest of the world also. What happened to the news??? Sensationalism seems to have taken over from the real news!


+1 vote
They use this strategy to ruin some people's reputation.

Online Media And Fake News: The Rise Of Disinformation Spurs EU Into Action

The article has interesting information, Sophie Wilson. I learned that the online-only sources, which are the main source of fake news, now have 66% of the market share - even though that seems to be decreasing because people are losing confidence.

Also that the EU is looking into ways to regulate; however with regulation is the risk of censorship. Very nice article, ty.