Part 1 CBC
I think it wouldn’t affect me that much because this is just social media you can just easily ignore it. It could also just be a troll account and trying to prank or just make people angry. It wouldn’t matter because this isn’t you and the person isn’t trying to stalk you or have anything to do with you so you are fine. But otherwise I would be very careful on what you look at online.
Part 2 Global News
This second one is close to the first one but also a bit different. This one is regarding fake posts while the other one is towards fake accounts. People who are trolls just post things online like my sister is missing etc. But all of those are fake and they just want attention. For us don’t retweet or re-post this stuff unless this is real. But if you are not sure make sure you don’t.
Part 3 BBC
For this third one this talks a lot about fake information. Lots of people post stupid fake things online and make it look like it is real so a lot of people will believe it and not think that is fake. Also filters. They change it the way they want it. They could make it all false and so on. Sometimes it would be misleading too. Like youtube videos being click bait or advertisement like in the article saying we will donate “I number that you would not be able to keep up for less then a month.” Everything that we analyze and look on the internet can be very bias and we have to watch out what we do on the internet.