Research experts from various countries report unpleasant news: in 2018, the spread of fake news increased by 35% compared to 2017.
Fifteen years ago, disseminating information was expensive and sometimes it took many years to build a positive reputation, as regulating information was more transparent.
The advent of social networks, blogs and online publications has opened the way for the distribution of fake news, since today every Internet user can create and spread information.
In this situation, the business is one of the most vulnerable areas, since the dissemination of false information can damage the financial stability of the company, business reputation and consumer confidence in the brand.
The Anti-fake news Investigation Agency (AIA) is ready to support you!
We invite you to participate in the Open Hearings which will take place at AIA headquarters in Oxford, UK on December, 18. The event will be the part of the Oxford Summit of Leaders 2019 ‘Mastery. Innovation. Partnership’ (December, 17-18).
During the hearing you will have the opportunity to present truthful facts about your activities to the wide audience. The Expert Committee will analyse the publications containing signs of fake attacks and will give practical recommendations on how to solve this problem.
Do not let fakes interfere in your life!
Posted by Camilla Walker
Photo: Achievements Forum in London 2019 where the Resolution for the creation of the Anti-fake news Investigation Agency (AIA) was signed.