Misinformation is, simply put, information that is not true. It is sometimes associated with propaganda and disinformation, but there are differences. Propaganda sometimes uses true information, and disinformation is a form of misinformation that is deliberately untrue. Misinformation differs from disinformation in that it is "intention neutral."
- "Information and Its Counterfeits: Propaganda, Misinformation and Disinformation," Sheridan Libraries of Johns Hopkins University.
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