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Dataset of Fake News Detection and Fact Verification: A Survey

@article{Murayama2021DatasetOF,
  title={Dataset of Fake News Detection and Fact Verification: A Survey},
  author={Taichi Murayama},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2111.03299}
}
The rapid increase in fake news, which causes significant damage to society, triggers many fake news related studies, including the development of fake news detection and fact verification techniques. The resources for these studies are mainly available as public datasets taken fromWeb data. We surveyed 118 datasets related to fake news research on a large scale from three perspectives: (1) fake news detection, (2) fact verification, and (3) other tasks; for example, the analysis of fake news… 

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