Translation for 'fake news' from English to Serbian
лажне вести {мн}
fake news {sg}
дезинформације {мн}
fake news {sg}
unverified лажирати [св./несв.]to fake
лажан {adj}fake
вести {мн}news {sg}
unverified новости {мн}news {sg}
unverified добре вести {мн}good news {sg}
unverified лоше вести {мн}bad news {sg}
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Usage Examples English
  • "Fake news" is also deliberately untruthful information, which can often spread quickly on social media or by means of fake news websites.
  • Those members of the SFUO executive attacked the paper for its coverage of the scandal, calling it "biased", "fake news" and said the staff of the paper should work for Donald Trump.
  • presidential election in 2016 alongside fake news and echo chambers, suggesting that Facebook and Google have designed personalized online realities in which "we only see and hear what we like".
  • Arthur Caplan, a bioethicist, has written "Head transplants are fake news.
  • Therefore, human-seeming chatbots with well-crafted online identities could start scattering fake news that seems plausible, for instance making false claims during an election.

  • The ad campaign is intended to promote the network's opinion-based programming and counter perceptions surrounding "fake news".
  • Whereas disinformation research focuses primarily on how actors orchestrate deceptions on social media, primarily via fake news, new research investigates how people take what started as deceptions and circulate them as their personal views.
  • Trump has repeatedly attacked Bezos via Twitter, accused Bezos of avoiding corporate taxes, gaining undue political influence, and undermining his presidency by spreading "fake news".
  • Henagan said that he has no knowledge why he was singled out for a fake news article but noted that he could take no legal action because the reports used fictitious names.
  • Since May 2017, when seven people were lynched in Jharkhand, India has experienced another spate of mob-related violence and killings known as the Indian WhatsApp lynchings following the spread of fake news, primarily relating to child-abduction and organ harvesting, via the Whatsapp message service.

  • The rise of social media has contributed greatly to the rapid spread of fake news, that is, false and misleading information that is presented as credible news from a seemingly reliable source.
  •  Along with piracy, digital media has contributed to the ability to spread false information or fake news.
  • Hoax news (also referred to as fake news) is a news report containing facts that are either inaccurate or false but which are presented as genuine.
  • In August 2018, the editorial board launched a coordinated campaign for newspapers nationwide to respond to President Donald Trump's "enemy of the people" attacks and "fake news" rants against the media by publishing locally produced editorial responses on Thursday, August 16.
  • The interview was rediscovered in 2019, and seen by Pratchett's biographer as prescient of fake news.

  • More recently, academics use rhetoric to help understand the spread of fake news and conspiracy theories on social media.
  • Qatar claims that "since 2017, Qatar feels it has been the victim of a media attack orchestrated by Abu Dhabi, with false documents and fake news."
  • Some people have been arrested for allegedly spreading fake news about the COVID-19 pandemic in Oman.
  • Some journalists have been arrested for allegedly spreading fake news.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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