THE ECONOMIC COST OF BAD ACTORS ON THE INTERNET: FAKE NEWS
Publish Date: 22-11-2019
Synopsis: "Fake news," as it is commonly known, refers to the proliferation of online reporting that is poorly sourced or completely made up. This first-ever in-depth economic analysis of the economic impact of the problem says the price tag to the global economy is $78 billion each year, with economic damage being inflicted on major sectors including politics, finance, advertising, online retail, and media.
Public Link: https://info.cheq.ai/hubfs/Research/THE_ECONOMIC_COST_Fake_News_final.pdf
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