Should we be “immunised” against Fake News?
From the moment that our infant minds are blown by the intoxicating information overload of curious colours, shapes and sounds, we are hooked. Our parents and teachers provide the gateway learning that leads to a lifetime of addiction, with cravings fed by a vast marketplace of clinical facts and recreational fiction. In an age of intravenous connectivity, differentiating between the two is increasingly difficult. We are dazed and confused by daily doses of disinformation, scripted-reality,