However, while the authors of these fake news stories continue to post articles to make money, and convince us of opinions different than our own, we are creating new ways to recognize fake news and stop it from spreading. These new ways to recognize fake news include, checking an author, checking a source, and reading the whole article before believing the headline. While fake news may also be able to change our decisions and opinions, as long as we understand how to recognize fake news, we can stop it. Truth is important in the media because it has a wide effect on us when we see fake news and share the stories until everyone has heard them. This is why fake news should be stopped and no longer be shared so it will not impact our lives
Everyday people all around the world go on the internet and see lies everywhere. The sad fact of reality is that the truth is hard to find and everyday people go online a see complete lies. The worst part is that people are believing it. Fake news and information is all over the internet and it is very hard to get rid of. Anyone from teens to famous news or search engines are creating or spreading fake news without even realizing it.
Journalism is a pivotal part of the public being exposed to information about the happenings of the world (Wilke 2013). Journalists are required to provide an honest depiction of events that would be otherwise hidden in plain sight. With the increase of platforms to receive information, such as online reporting, the public is exposed to a wide variety of inaccurate facts that negatively skews the levels of trust that exists for the press (Richardson 2017 pp. 1-3). It has become harder for journalism to remain as influential as it once was due to the growing distrust from the public (Keane 2013, n.p.).
One of the major problem in our society may be the over flooding of fake news. Fake news can be identified as the false information within official-looking websites and often can be misleading for readers. Fake news are commonly known for their inconvenience and bias information, those fake news gains tons of attention due to their over exaggerated title and content; and highly spottable on various types of social media such as Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter. Once the fake news go viral and trending the people who created them will obtain money from advertisement. In order to stop or avoid fake news, you should recognize them by their traits.
Jack Mahler Mrs. Davis English 2 3/5/18 Fake News Imagine a world in which anyone can can access information instantaneously, now imagine that the people in this world that supply the information decide to use this power to spread lies faster than ever, now stop imagining because this world is actually our own. Now that the internet is more accessible than ever people are taking advantage of it to further their own agendas. A very recent example of this is pizzagate, a story about how a little pizza place in Washington DC was running a child sex ring in their basement and that the owner had a criminal record. This story was fabricated of course but the repercussions were awful. If fake news is going to continue to be a problem then we need to find a way to get people to stop people from buying into it.
Abstract This research project is about, hate speech, right to freedom of speech & expression, present landscape of hate speech in politics and role of media in this. The research proves that there is a rise in hate speech during elections. Many political leaders are accused of giving hate speeches during elections just to gain the sympathy of their vote bank. But they forget that it may end up in apathy in the society. In many cases, people get involved just to get the limelight.
Finding the truth on the internet has become harder and harder in recent years. This is because of the rise of false or fake news. Before the rise of fake news, fake news was just satirical articles meant to be funny and they didn’t get much attention. But now, fake news has exploded in popularity, even making it onto huge news networks like CNN or The Washington Post. Fake news can become harmful and have real world consequences.
This is a term which is used to describe the changes in the media and political system in past fifty years and also looks at how society and culture has changed in relation to this. Politics in itself has become a much more mediated sector, politicians are now obsessed with their media image and try and influence the media as much as possible as the media in turn influence society (Strömbäck 2008). The media have become the most important source of information and it shapes public opinion as individuals become passive followers thinking about what the media tell them to. The media don’t have the power to the the public what to think but they are able to tell them what to think about and this can be a dangerous form of power as individuals themselves do not realize they are being influenced. Strombach (2008) looks at four different phases of mediatization.
Moreover, Media Prima also discovers it is further receivable for public that construing the newspapers to following surf their media digital. This is because, the newspapers is usually being read by the public that might own their own gadgets. So, this will literally make the people wants to find out more about the things that they have been read. 3.0 CRISIS MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS i) Court case Media Prima Anwar ibrahim sues Mazlan Ismail ,TV3, Utusan for defamation. Media Prima have lots of court case which is that some distinct file on them.