2017: Cluttered with fake news
Distorted forms of information become a trend on the internet based media platforms across the world and Indian space too turns into a junction of immature information.
From ‘fake currency’ to ‘salt shortage’ to ‘ the US presidential elections’ and many others from the fields of politics and community based divisions, 2017 saw a storm of fabricated news that were created for various media platforms for a very fast increasing number of consumers on the inernet.
2017 has become the year full of false news and gossips - some real and some fake. The gradual rise in digital and social media platforms has made it possible for some people to misguide the public opinion in general. Every other day, we come across many news feeds that leave us dumbstruck. After the news of ‘currency exchange’ has hit the media in 2016, many people started misusing the social media by spreading rumours of- new currency notes in the market - GPS chip in 2000 rupee note and many others, which impact the public very much at least in the beginning.
Because of some fake news creators, misleading