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FLICC: One acronym communication experts use to identify misinformation online

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Considering that Twitter started to increase its efforts to stop the spread of misinformation online, a minimum of eight of President Trump’s tweets have actually been flagged for misinforming info. John Cook, a research study assistant teacher at the Center for Climate Modification Communication at George Mason University, signs up with CBSN to discuss the acronym FLICC (fake professionals, sensible fallacies, difficult expectations, cherry-picking, conspiracy theories), which interaction professionals use to recognize misinformation and how battling false information advantages all Americans.

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