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Trust in social media has fallen to a record low as Britons lose faith in companies such as Facebook and Twitter, according to research.

Fewer than a quarter of people trust the technology and publishing giants. Most Britons believe that such companies are doing too little to address extremism, tackle cyberbullying or prevent illegal use of their platforms, the world’s largest study of trust has found.

Sixty-four per cent want social media companies to face tighter regulation. There are continuing calls for them to be accountable for inappropriate content. The 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer also found:

To Read More on The Times, London:

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/trust-in-social-media-hits-record-low-amid-fears-over-fake-news-tczfmpwj5

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