Exeter, Devon UK • Feb 21, 2024 • VOL XII

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    5G Conspiracies in an ‘Infodemic’

    by Justin Waddy
    by Justin Waddy 5 mins read

    Conspiracy theories can psychologically give an immense sense of self-security but can also result in severe consequences – in the case of the recent 5G conspiracy, it’s caused mass damage to the UK’s mobile network, and due to the health crisis, meant a loss in hospital signal. Justin Waddy explores issue at the centre of the pandemic: misinformation, and what a pattern it may set for issues that are current but sit out of the spotlight.

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    5G Conspiracies in an ‘Infodemic’

    by Justin Waddy
    by Justin Waddy 5 mins read

    Conspiracy theories can psychologically give an immense sense of self-security but can also result in severe consequences – in the case of the recent 5G conspiracy, it’s caused mass damage to the UK’s mobile network, and due to the health crisis, meant a loss in hospital signal. Justin Waddy explores issue at the centre of the pandemic: misinformation, and what a pattern it may set for issues that are current but sit out of the spotlight.

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