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2020.03.31

英国政府はCOVID-19に関する偽情報(misinformation)を取り締まるチームを設置したようですね。。。

こんにちは、丸山満彦です。

英国政府はCOVID-19に関する偽情報(misinformation)を取り締まるチームを設置したようですね。偽情報、フェイクニュース(fake news)については、選挙活動での悪用に注目がいっていましたが、関東大震災、オイルショック等の時にも明らかですが危機管理においても非常に重要ですね。。。

UK Government - Cyber security 

・2020.03.30 Government cracks down on spread of false coronavirus information online

  • Source - make sure information comes from a trusted source
  • Headline - always read beyond the headline
  • Analyse - check the facts
  • Retouched - does the image or video look as though it has been doctored?
  • Error - look out for bad grammar and spelling

 

BBC - news

・2020.03.30 Coronavirus: Fake news crackdown by UK governmen

Sky News

・2020.03.30 Coronavirus: Government cracks down on fake advice on social media and WhatsApp

 

The Daily Telegraph

・2020.03.30 Coronavirus fake news 'could cost lives', Culture Secretary warns

Glasgow Times - News

・ 2020.03.30 Government sets up coronavirus rapid rebuttal unit to dispel rumours

Government Computing

・2020.03.30 DCMS leads fight to counter fake coronavirus information on internet

CITYA.M.

・2020.03.30 Coronavirus: Government slams ‘breath holding’ advice amid fake news crackdown

The New Europian

・2020.03.30 Sharing fake news during coronavirus outbreak should become an offence, says Tory MP

MyLondon

・2020.03.30 08:16 Government cracks down on spread of false coronavirus information online

Specialist units across government are working at pace to combat false and misleading narratives about coronavirus, ensuring the public has the right information to protect themselves and save lives.

The Rapid Response Unit, operating from within the Cabinet Office and No10, is tackling a range of harmful narratives online - from purported ‘experts’ issuing dangerous misinformation to criminal fraudsters running phishing scams.

Up to 70 incidents a week, often false narratives containing multiple misleading claims, are being identified and resolved. The successful ‘Don’t Feed the Beast’ public information campaign will also relaunch next week, to empower people to question what they read online.

Eagle Radio

・2020.03.30 Coronavirus: Government cracks down on fake advice on social media and WhatsApp

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Forbes - Cybersecurity

・2020.03.30 UK Government Launches Unit To Deal With Fake Coronavirus News

 

 

 

UK Govenrnment - Be careful what you share. Things aren’t always what they seem online.

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Use the SHARE checklist

Before you like, comment or share online, use the SHARE checklist to make sure you’re not
contributing to the spread of harmful content.

Source

Make sure that the story is written by a source you trust, with a reputation for accuracy. If it’s from an unfamiliar organisation, check for a website’s ‘About’ section tolearn more.

Headline

Always read beyond the headline. If it sounds unbelievable, it very well might be. Be wary if something doesn’t seem to add up.

Analyse

Make sure you check the facts. Just because you have seen a story several times, doesn’t mean it’s true. If you’re not sure, look at fact checking websites and other reliable sources to double check.

Retouched

Check whether the image looks like it has been or could have been manipulated. False news stories often contain retouched photos or re-edited clips. Sometimes they are authentic, but have been taken out of context.

Error

Many false news stories have phony or look-alike URLs. Look out for misspellings, bad grammar or awkward layouts.

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