It's Always April Fools' Day! On the Difficulty of Social Network Misinformation Classification via Propagation Features

Abstract

Given the huge impact that Online Social Networks (OSN) had in the way people get informed and form their opinion, they became an attractive playground for malicious entities that want to spread misinformation, and leverage their effect. In fact, misinformation easily spreads on OSN and is a huge threat for modern society, possibly influencing also the… (More)

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@article{Conti2017ItsAA, title={It's Always April Fools' Day! On the Difficulty of Social Network Misinformation Classification via Propagation Features}, author={Mauro Conti and Daniele Lain and Riccardo Lazzeretti and Giulio Lovisotto and Walter Quattrociocchi}, journal={CoRR}, year={2017}, volume={abs/1701.04221} }