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How to spot fake news on your social networks

Do you know how to spot fake news distributed via your social networks? Image: Photo by Daria Nepriakhina 🇺🇦 on Unsplash

Carlos Carrasco-Farré

Researcher at the Department of Operations, Innovation and Data Sciences, ESADE Business School

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