Have you ever clicked on a news story, only to realise that you’ve been hoodwinked by a scam? You’re not alone; fake news has unwittingly become part of our everyday lives, though very few of us know what it actually is nor the impact it can have. So how can we define, identify, and tackle fake news?
As Facebook celebrates its tenth birthday, we take a look at the revolutionary social network from its university roots to the multi-billion dollar company it is today.
A cursory browse of someone’s Twitter or Facebook pages will reveal their interests, beliefs, associations, their social life, their fashion and more. Consequently, everything that an individual posts online will contribute to the overall impression that others have of them. The same applies to businesses