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    Anonymous

    The biggest problem with news sourced from Social media is the cover of anonymity which most social networks provide to users – without credibility & face attached to it, all information should be treated as suspect. Although the nature of anonymity differs from platform to platform – on twitter it is very difficult to judge how ‘reliable’ the profile is on a cursory glance, while on networks which require thorough information for you to have a valid presence on it [like ApnaCircle, Viadeo, LinkedIn etc] it is that much difficult to fudge information. But all said and done, i agree when Mr Maddox say social media can’t replace good old fashioned journalists anytime soo.
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    Mario Terrazas

    Well, if i was a journalist i wouldn’t notice that social media would be a substitute for what i do for living.

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