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Indians supporting social media bans during a crisis to stop fake news 2019

Levels of agreement in support of cutting off social media platforms at times of crisis to stop the spread of false information in India as of June 2019

by Sanika Diwanji, last edited Sep 23, 2019
Indians supporting social media bans during a crisis to stop fake news 2019 According to a survey conducted by Ipsos in June 2019, about 88 percent of Indian respondents agreed that temporarily cutting off social media platforms was acceptable to stop the spread of false information at times of crisis. Of these, 46 percent strongly agreed with the method. The survey was conducted in light of coordinated attacks on more than 300 Sri Lankans in April earlier that year. This had led to the shutting down of social media by the national government in an attempt to stop the spread of misinformation..
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Levels of agreement in support of cutting off social media platforms at times of crisis to stop the spread of false information in India as of June 2019

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