Fake newsis completely made up and it is set up to lie to the readers, it was notsomething that people used before, but now it is seen as a big deal.
Before theinternet came into play, it was hard to gather information, building up trusttook a very long time, and there was easier examples to what passed for news inthe media. The moment that social platforms came into the light it tore downthe walls that blocked false news from getting around, it has given anyone andeveryone to create and make up stories whenever they please. The telegraphstates that ‘Facebook and Twitter allowed people to exchange information on amuch greater scale than ever before, in short the barriers to creating fakenews have need undone’ (Titcomb, 2017). The aim and goal of fake news is to getthe audience to feel aghast and make them go over what they have just read, andwith that it causes them to share what they had just read on Facebook, Twitter andany type of social aspect, without having a second thought about it, theprocess of this will make viewers believe what has been shared was a good idea,the cycle goes on and on to the point where people could think that it won’tend, until a big enough audience decides whether to take on what they read orlabel it as fake news.