Social Media Platform That Arab Online Users Provide Them With False Information

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Facebook & Other Multi-Purpose Platforms Are the Most That Arab Online Users Provide Them With False Personal Information With a Rate of 40.4%, 2017 | MBRSG

Social Media | Arab World

The false personal information is usually fed into the demographic analysis of social media data within electronic participation initiatives or big data-driven policy making cycles. Accounting for and correcting for such misrepresentative demographic data is critical when social media data informs policy formulation cycles.

Take a glance at the most platforms that the Arab online users provide it with a false personal information:

  • Facebook, Google+ and other multi-purpose platforms are ranked as the most platforms that the Arab online users provide them with false personal information with a rate of 40.4%.
  • Twitter and other micro blogging platforms are ranked as the second most platforms that Arab word is providing them with false information with a rate of 16.0%.
  • Instagram, Pinterest, and other Photo sharing platforms come at next with a rate of 10.8%.
 The Most Platforms That Arab Users Are Providing Them With False Personal Information.

A Graph Shows The Most Platforms That Arab Users Are Providing Them With False Personal Information.

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