As Pakistani newspapers are forced to deal with the increasing number of fake news stories and fake news items circulating on social media, the quality of their journalism has become increasingly questionable.
According to a new study, Pakistani newspapers have become a breeding ground for fake news articles and fake stories in recent years, according to the report by Pakistan Institute of Information Studies.
The study, entitled Pakistan’s Fake News: The Problem, the Solution, and What We Can Do About It, will be published by the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) in the United Kingdom next month.
In a survey of 1,874 Pakistani journalists and news writers, the researchers found that 95% reported seeing at least one fake news story on their social media profiles within the past year, with many being shared hundreds of times.
While the vast majority of Pakistani journalists did not see such stories, they still reported on them, and many did not have a clue about what was going on.
The authors of the report found that a number of Pakistan’s biggest newspapers are being used by the media industry to promote and spread misinformation about the country, and are increasingly being used to promote misinformation about Pakistan and the world.
The Pakistani government, which is a major publisher of newspapers, has taken several steps to address the problem.
In July 2016, it imposed a ban on the sale of fake and misleading news stories, including those that falsely accused the country of harboring terrorism and blasphemy.
In January 2017, the government created a new watchdog agency to investigate fake news reports.
And in August 2016, the National Media Commission (NMC) announced the creation of a new agency to monitor fake news, along with a new regulatory framework.
But, the media and the government are struggling to crack down on the issue of fake stories, said the authors of Pakistanis Fake News, who were speaking at the International Press Institute’s (IPSI) Global Media Summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
The government has not yet announced a new plan to address fake news and fake content, according the report.
In the report, the authors found that Pakistani newspapers, like the other media outlets, are becoming more concerned about the spread of fake content and fake journalism, as it is becoming harder to keep up with the volume of fake articles and stories being shared on social networks.
The fake news is spread by various social media platforms, which are used to spread news, such as Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, and Google+, according to IPI.
Many Pakistani journalists have found it increasingly difficult to keep their news on their newsrooms and their social platforms.
This is a big problem, said Raja Hameed, one of the authors on the report and a research fellow at the Pakistani Institute of Communication (PIC) at the University of Peshawar.
“The media is becoming a breeding area for fake stories and for fake content.
And this has a negative impact on the quality and credibility of the journalism,” he told The National.
IPI has published a study on the spread and prevalence of fake information on social platforms in the past.
It found that in 2017, there were an estimated 8,000 fake news accounts on social news websites and news sites, with more than 1.3 million articles being shared.
“This year, we found that fake news on Facebook had surpassed news on the Internet as the top social news content, followed by Twitter and Google+.
We are also seeing the rise of fake accounts on Twitter, with an estimated 2,000 accounts with more 3,000 posts,” the report said.
The report also found that the number of people reporting on fake news has increased over the past five years.
The number of posts with fake news increased from 4,819,939 in 2015 to 8,742,769 in 2017.
“We also observed that the rate of reported stories on Facebook has been increasing over the same period, with nearly 8,700,000 stories being reported on Facebook in 2017,” the authors said.
However, according TOI, the Pakistani government has been unable to take the issue seriously.
“Pakistanis fake news content is a national security issue, but the government is not able to take a proactive approach to the issue,” said Hamee.
He added that the government has failed to take action against the spread.
“There is a lack of accountability from the government, and there is no transparency on the social media platform.
This has allowed fake news to flourish in the country,” Hameee said.
“It is not just fake news but also fabricated information, such like fake news that was reported from abroad,” he said.
According, IPI, Pakistanis fake content has a global reach, and is used to influence public opinion in countries such as China, India, and the United States.
“Many Pakistanis feel that they have to take responsibility and take responsibility for the fake news they post, because they feel like they cannot escape the impact of the fake content,” Himeed said.
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