Fake news ’vaccine’ works: ’pre-bunk’ game reduces susceptibility to disinformation

Screenshot from the fake news 'vaccine' game Bad News.

Screenshot from the fake news 'vaccine' game Bad News. Credit: DROG

Our platform offers early evidence of a way to start building blanket protection against deception, by training people to be more attuned to the techniques that underpin most fake news

Jon Roozenbeek

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