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Information Disorder

By - 05.07.2022

K2.0 Explains

When referring to inaccurate or out-of-context information, especially in recent years, a frequently heard term is “fake news.” But this term is used principally by politicians and certain interest groups, usually when they do not like published information or when they want to put pressure on the media and reduce its credibility.

Therefore, it is important to use the right terms when talking about inaccurate information. K2.0 breaks down the key terms to help you understand information disorder in the media.

This video has been produced with the financial support of the “Balkan Trust for Democracy,” a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Opinions expressed in this video do not necessarily represent those of the  Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Balkan Trust for Democracy, the German Marshall Fund of the United States, or its partners.

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