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Countering False Information on Social Media in Disasters and Emergencies

Rumors, misinformation and false information on social media proliferate before, during and after disasters and emergencies. While this information cannot be completely eliminated, first responder agencies can use various tactics and strategies to offset bad information.

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Countering False Information on Social Media in Disasters and Emergencies (2018) PDF 1.04 MB 03/28/2018
Last Updated: 01/24/2022
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