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Mar 27 2018   4:57PM GMT

Betteridge’s law

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Betteridge’s law is an adage that states “Any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered by the word no.” Continued…

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“Data and analytics leaders should not underestimate the current risk of people intentionally disseminating misleading information.” – Kurt Schlegel

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I was annoyed when my friend shared the Facebook post about the dangers of microwave ovens, but he didn’t know any better. It was just a case of __________.
A. misinformation
B. disinformation
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