Part 3. 

Social media has changed how we share and see information. While it helps us connect and communicate worldwide, it's also become a place for spreading fake news. Anyone can post things quickly without checking if they're true. This spreads false stories rapidly, especially during important events like elections or health crises.

Part 2. 

Fake news and misleading information significantly impact people's thinking, especially when it comes to politics and essential decisions like elections. Social media makes it easy for false stories to spread, making it hard to know what's true and what's not. From made-up news articles to edited videos, these campaigns aim to cause confusion and make people distrust essential institutions.

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