Writing in the journal Political Behavior, Peter Bruno, Melanie Freeze, Jacob Gunderson and colleagues published a recent study questioning the effectiveness of misinformation warnings, as well as the more general initiative of fact-checking. As has been widely covered, fact-checking efforts have expanded greatly in recent years and have been touted as among the most promising solutions to the phenomenon commonly referred to as “fake news.”
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