Rumors at the Speed of Light? Modeling the Rate of Rumor Transmission During Crisis

@article{Zeng2016RumorsAT,
  title={Rumors at the Speed of Light? Modeling the Rate of Rumor Transmission During Crisis},
  author={Li Zeng and Kate Starbird and E. Spiro},
  journal={2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
  year={2016},
  pages={1969-1978}
}
Social media have become an established feature of the dynamic information space that emerges during crisis events. Both emergency responders and the public use these platforms to search for, disseminate, challenge, and make sense of information during crises. In these situations rumors also proliferate, but just how fast such information can spread is an open question. We address this gap, modeling the speed of information transmission to compare retransmission times across content and context… Expand
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