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25 Years of the V4 as Seen by the Public

Over half of Czechs encountered disinformation servers

May 7th, 2019

More than a half of Czechs have experience with disinformation websites or fake news with the number up by seven percent year-on-year, reaching 55 percent, a Nielsen Admosphere agency's poll commissioned by the Czech Fund for Independent Journalism and released to CTK has shown. People often do not fully distinguish between tabloid and disinformation websites and label Czech tabloid Blesk, Parlamentni listy news server, Facebook, Aeronet anonymous news server and Czech branch of Russian Sputnik News as disinformation websites. Czechs say that online media are less trustworthy also because their owners and editors-in-chief are not known and the articles do not cite the authors' names.


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