Raj Samani, chief scientist and fellow at McAfee, said that 18 percent of UK respondents were warned by their employer about the dangers of fake news or manipulated data. Given the heightened awareness of fake news in recent months, you’d think more Brits would be able to tell the difference between fake and real news, but that isn’t the case according to new research by McAfee.
ORIGINAL SOURCE: SC Magazine UK
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