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# Misinformation and Ireland

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Groupthink, fatigue and divilment: Why do people share fake news?
How do you spot fake news? Here are some practical tips
From baking soda to urine: How home remedies around the world were repackaged as Covid-19 'cures'
From Myanmar, New York, Mexico, Switzerland to Ireland: The global spread of Covid misinformation
'I was speaking to my friend who is a guard...': How Covid-19 misinformation exploded in Ireland
Ireland's Plandemic: How a YouTube video about coronavirus racked up almost one million views before it was taken down
'To the four nurses in Ireland...RIP': The Covid-19 Twitter claim that made it to the national airwaves
Defence Forces attempted to track down mystery male responsible for infamous viral WhatsApp voicenote
WATCH: How Covid-19 brought misinformation to Ireland