Wed. Apr 21st, 2021

It’s less than a month to go before the US election and the candidates are battling over the Supreme Court, the coronavirus pandemic and much more.

But online there’s a world full of conspiracy theories, influence campaigns and false claims.

How can you spot political disinformation and foreign interference on your social media feed?

The BBC’s specialist disinformation reporter Marianna Spring explains.

Motion Graphics by Jacqueline Galvin

Video produced by Suniti Singh

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5 thoughts on “US election 2020: How to spot disinformation – BBC News”
  1. You need new research…. Q sent us! Amazing how EVERYTHING in your eyes is conspiratory… we have the facts and just wait… all is being revealed!

  2. The entire political system is a fraud, disinformation on the regular. If this whole virus fiasco hasn’t shown what kind of fraud and evil we are dealing with then I really do pity you and your exceptionally low IQ.

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