Twitter’s creator Jack Dorsey received the brunt of the criticism after a tweet announcing the launch of the page.
Do better. Please. https://t.co/VMayms3dQt
— JaviAir (@Javi) October 30, 2018
You are so, so bad at this.
— Dan Kimble (@Dkimble88) October 30, 2018
hopefully you don't fuck this one up.
— Sean Frazier (@seanfsez) October 30, 2018
The spreading of fake stories can upend democracies because – rather than forming opinions based on the acceptance of universally undisputed facts – opposing sides form beliefs and subsequently votes on false notions, often controversial ones that widen ideological chasms between citizens.
While 2016 taught us (most of us) to be vigilant against fake news and the manipulation of social media, it’s unclear whether or not the damage has already been done.