Information spreads quickly online and so does misinformation. The early days of the internet were an optimistic time but today people talk more about fake news than the information superhighway. Online misinformation touches every community; in this episode we look at the way it spreads in indigenous communities and how a history of colonisation makes the problem worse.
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Music prior to credits: We Have Survived performed by DOBBY, licensed courtesy of Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
The full transcript of this episode is available as a word document and PDF
Artwork: Soft sculpture of tin can telephone by Rhonda Sharpe, Yarrenyty Arltere Artists. Image design by Pam Koger.
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