The study conducted by iReach found that there is a large degree of scepticism among people when it comes to influencers' activity, with 65% feeling that it is not always clear whether someone has been paid to promote a product.
Mon, 18 Feb, 2019
When the internet became a standard utility, it was widely believed that we were giving every friend of the truth the technical means with which to contribute, boldly but modestly, to the adventures of knowledge. Instead, we convened a feeding frenzy, writes
Wed, 13 Feb, 2019
In its annual report, Human Rights Watch have urged democratic governments to address the problems that allowed populism to prosper, such as income inequality, fears of terrorism and growing migration.
Thu, 18 Jan, 2018
Hello and here is the fake news. Well, some of it is fake, and some of it is not. You’ll just have to figure it out – using your emotions. Because that’s what we do now. Who needs facts and experts when we have feelings and social media? asks
Mon, 22 May, 2017
Boosted by domestic spending, the economy is continuing to grow strongly, CSO figures published yesterday suggest, despite the accounting procedures by multinationals distorting an in-depth understanding of what is really going in the Irish economy.
Fri, 10 Mar, 2017