Fake news in the last hours has become popular or something similar.
An ex-collaborator of Juan Gabriel presented his book and noted that the singer was alive and would look again.
In the first hour since its appearance, the Juan Gabriel trend has quickly positioned itself as the main trend in Twitter.
A story that attracted the attention of millions of Internet users in Mexico, the US, and Latin America was the news that Mexican singer Juan Gabriel Meks did not die 39 and even kullanıcı triumphant return 39 on most of Friday. .
This undoubtedly began to get its relevance as soon as it emerged (as in most of the notes), because Joaquín Muñoz, the former singer of the singer from Michoacán, presented his experience in which he shared his experiences with the "Noa" artist. Noe. "
However, in social networks there are a few things we can perceive behind this trend:
In the first hour since its appearance, Juan Gabriel quickly positioned himself as the main trend on Twitter, according to Reach, where he received 100 tweets of 976 thousand 836 accounts and 1 million 121,000 impressions.
On the other hand, users began to search the Internet for events related to the "Divo de Juárez", where Mexico City, Nuevo Leon, Chihuahua, Chiapas and Durango had the highest results, according to Google Trends' figures. .
Related words include: "Juan Gabriel", "Joaquín Muñoz", "Juan Gabriel's exmanager" and "Juan Gabriel reappeared".
In addition, the counterfeit poster of "Resurrection Concert" began to be shared on 15 December at the Palacio de Bellas Artes.
Where do false news come from?
According to a study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) published in the journal "Science", "Fake News" on Twitter is more remote, faster, more people, and more precisely all categories of information.
On average, the experts calculated that a fake news story took 10 hours to reach 1,500 Twitter users compared to 60 for a true story. In addition, false news, on average, reaches 35 percent more people than some stories.
In the same grade, according to Comscore data, Mexico's most widely used social network is Facebook's stop, every 100 times a press on a button on any of the social networks that exist in the country, 95 on the Platform, which makes it the most used social network and it is also one of the platforms where Counterfeit news is moving the most.
Why do people believe a false report?
Yarat Share it before you delete it, hab mevcut what the government doesn't want to read m, m this information you never see in the media edi, accompany many fake news in social networks and make doubts that it exists. the distrust of the government and the so-called traditional media.
These three hooks serve to increase the viralness of the news.
The first and most obvious step is to check the sources and data of each publication we read or see. Find out where the information comes from and where it is. But people still refuse to accept the facts.