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Does fake news create online echo chambers? New study has surprising results

97% of online readers have a diverse news intake and people who read the most fake news also tend to read more news in general, says the report. Image: Unsplash/John Schnobrich

Angie Basiouny

Writer / Editor, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

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