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(Salon)   New book explains why people fall for bots, fake news, and outright outrageous propaganda   (salon.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Twitter, Social bots, fake news spreads, colleague Filippo Menczer, role of humans, fake news, role of bots, false news claim  
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2020-09-28 4:59:34 AM  
4 votes:
Fall for bots?

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2020-09-28 7:35:02 AM  
3 votes:

dionysusaur: Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds was published a few centuries ago.


Less than two, actually.  It was published in 1852.

But good answer, good answer.

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I like the way you think.   I'm going to be watching you.
 
2020-09-28 7:49:07 AM  
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KoreanZombie: Don't need a book to tell me some ppl are just stupid.   Trump supporters are a clear cut example of that and ppl encounter them daily.


Politics tab is that way ----------->

It's on the far right, ironically.  Can't miss it.  It's full of people just like you.
 
2020-09-28 7:40:11 AM  
1 vote:
Religion?
 
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