In recent years, the world has witnessed several forms of misinformation in all aspects of human lives. Misinformation is waging war and causing a devastating impact on health, nation stability, professionalism, and discrediting science. Misinformation is false, nonfactual, inaccurate information and shifts from the actual truth of information or message. It comes in the form of speculations, myths, and conspiracy from individuals, fake news stories from social media, and other internet search engines that oppose the ethics of the journalism profession.
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