Fake news and social media trolling: Impact on Election 2019 | Firstpost Conversations

Do you think fake news and social media trolling can make or break political parties and change how voters look at them?

FP Staff May 22, 2019 18:23:58 IST

Do you think fake news and social media trolling can make or break political parties and change how voters look at them? Rupali Mehra asks SM Hoax Slayer founder Pankaj Jain, writer and activist Mahima Kukreja and BJP spokesperson Shaina NC on the fifth episode of Firstpost Conversations.

Amid the clutter of breaking news and daily shoutfests on prime time TV, what happens to the issues and ideas which need our time, attention and involvement? We bring to you #FirstpostConversations, which address these critical questions and attempt to get at some answers.

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