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Fake news on WhatsApp debunked ahead of Brazil vote

Brisbane Times Friday, 31 August 2018
Fake news on WhatsApp debunked ahead of Brazil voteFact-checking efforts have become increasingly common around the world due to concerns about the power of social media to spread disinformation and influence elections.
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