The Dangers of Disinformation
Amid the 24/7 news cycle, with people getting their news online, via social media and from people familiar and unfamiliar, there is a lot of false information out there. And it spreads quickly. Both misinformation and disinformation are sometimes referred to as “false news.” Use this family discussion guide to talk about this important issue.
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