The news production and security industries are undergoing a growing threat from fake news across every media, as are all organisations where accurate, time-bound news on persons, entities and events in specific locations are critical to their business and security. This threat is two-fold. It is partly due to the ubiquity of digital news sites and an avid readership whose built-in biases are being fed by advertising that can in turn fund the fake news producers. And partly to the existence of digital tools that make it easier to produce such fake content automatically on a massive scale over the internet and especially social media. The majority of content concerned by the fake news syndrome is textual in nature, whether addressed to readers or listeners. Fake images associated with information sources also play a large role in purveying false information. But text is massively variegated in form (due to the range of words and linguistic structures that can be used), and also comes in different channels (speech/text) and languages. This adds further complexity to the task of fake news identification.
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