Fake News

Fake news has become a growing problem in the digital age, with the proliferation of social media and other online platforms. Misinformation and disinformation can spread rapidly, influencing public opinion, undermining trust in institutions, and even causing harm. 
How can we distinguish between real and fake news, and what strategies can we use to combat its spread? What are the ethical implications of fake news, and how does it impact our democratic societies? And what role can technology play in addressing this problem, such as through algorithms, fact-checking tools, and media literacy programs?


  1. How do you determine if a news story is real or fake?
  2. What are some red flags that indicate a news story might be fake?
  3. How has the rise of social media affected the spread of fake news?
  4. What are some examples of fake news that you have come across?
  5. How can we combat the spread of fake news?
  6. What are the consequences of fake news?
  7. How can individuals and society protect themselves from fake news?
  8. How do you verify the credibility of a news source?
  9. How do you fact-check a news story or information?
  10. How do you address fake news when it is shared by family, friends or acquaintances?
  11. How do you deal with the emotional and psychological effects of fake news?
  12. How do you distinguish between fake news, satire and opinion?
  13. How do fake news creators benefit from it?
  14. How do traditional media and social media deal with fake news?
  15. How do you think fake news can be prevented in the future?
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