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People Over 65 Share The Most “Fake News”

Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Christine Wong

10-Jan-19 12:15

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According to a study by Science Advances, 11% of users older than 65 shared fake news articles, while just 3% of users 18 to 29 did. So why is the older generation more susceptible to sharing fake news?


Tags:  senior citizensdisinformationsocial mediaInternet, e-Business, e-commerceMedia, Marketing, AdvertisingPersonal DevelopmentManagerial Resources/DevelopmentEntrepreneur Resources/Development

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