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Thursday, September 2nd - 21:00 PM To 22:00 PM
Mis- and disinformation are not new phenomena: hoaxes and conspiratory theories have followed us for a really long time as a society. But now that digital technologies are largely widespread, disinformation has had a surge possibly like never before. How did we get here? What are the psychological blindspots that make us all easy targets to misinformation? What are the most used logical fallacies that allow misinformation to spread and fester — and how do we spot them before getting caught and how do we step out of informational bubbles?