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Will the world clean up 'information pollution' in 2022?

Malign actors are exploiting the profileration of online information sources. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Alejandro Romero

Chief Operations Officer, Constella Intelligence

Jonathan Nelson

Director, Institutional Relations, Constella Intelligence

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Less than 1% of total users sharing information pollution exhibit high activity behaviors, but their comments generate nearly 25% of the information pollution conversations Image: United Nations Development Program/Constella Intelligence

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