How disinformation is negatively fueling the migration discourse
Disinformation is not new. It has existed since ancient times. What’s new then? Now it’s much easier to spread a hoax than 20 years ago thanks to the amplification of channels available to consume and share information. In this regard, not only information has been democratized, but also disinformation. A combination of changes in consumption patterns, lack of media literacy, loss of trust in journalism and the lack of business models for the digital media largely contribute.