Social media creates platform for false information

January 11, 2017

Confused and frustrated, sophomore Brahim Bouzara scrolls through major headlines on his phone, wishing he knew which sources he could trust.

“I wish it wasn’t happening — the world isn’t perfect,” Bouzara said. “I wish the news was free, (that) it wasn’t biased, but I guess for that you would have to watch all the news channels if you want to look at every view, and that’s hard to do.”

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