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Misinformation - Get the Facts

A Quick Reference Guide on Information Consumption; Tools to Encourage Individual Agency

CoVid19 Real World Examples

Harmful Facebook groups continue to promote Ivermectin against FDA warning

Fact-checking via Bleach as cure for Coronavirus in Washington Post

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Online misinformation via Bleach as cure for Coronavirus in Newsweek

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The United Nations talk about the "infodemic" that coincides with diseases; a mix of information and epidemic the word implies the craze of misinformation and mischief that arise around the transmission of information at the time of need. 

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If information is empowering, then disinformation is disempowering. Access to verifiable, reliable information makes the right to freedom of expression meaningful.

Coronavirus Scams

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