James Mullan Social Media Sources: Misinformation or Goldmine?
Jinfo Article

20th March 2014

By James Mullan

Abstract

As information professionals we all know how important it is to provide our clients with the correct information. An incorrect piece of information provided to a client could have potentially disastrous results. However, in the social media sphere knowing what is and isn't the truth, especially in relation to "breaking news" can be hard to determine. So how can researchers and information professionals determine what the truth is in the social media sphere?

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