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In the first part of this three-episode series we touched on the fact that misinformation has been around for a long time, and that it may seem like a recent problem because the internet has forever changed the way we share information.

Since the internet and social media are probably here to stay, the best thing we can do about information, and therefore misinformation, is to understand how we receive it, and how best to deliver it.

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