Every day we have to make choices. From what we want to eat, to what we want to wear, what we want to listen to right through to who we want to represent us in public office.
To make good choices, we need reliable information. The Be Media Smart campaign has been developed by Media Literacy Ireland and is supported by a range of organisations across Ireland to help people tell the difference between reliable and accurate information and or deliberately false or misleading information.
This infographic from EAVI illustrates a range of misleading information with different purposes. Some false information is deliberately designed to mislead people with the aim of influencing them or swaying public opinion. Other false information includes genuine mistakes, satire, parody, or information that is clearly representing one-side of a story or a personal opinion.
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