Kate Starbird

University of Washington

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Kat Starbird is an assistant professor in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering at the University of Washington. She studies the use of social media during crisis events

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By now we're all familiar with how deliberately wrong information can dominate social media and online searches -- when it comes to politics.

'Fake news' is everywhere. How can journalism keep up?

By now we're all familiar with how deliberately wrong information can dominate social media and online searches -- when it comes to politics.

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