Privacy concerns and fake news are creating a lot of anxiety and confusion on the internet, and a new study shows some people are just ditching their social media accounts as a result. Many people can’t tell the difference between fake news and real news, and many others are afraid their privacy is being violated on social media. Those two serious problems are the subject of major new studies.  As a serious

lack of trust grows among social media users, they’re now saying they want the companies that advertise on Facebook and Twitter to find solutions quickly to the problem, according to CNBC. One study by public relations consultancy Edelman revealed 70 percent of people surveyed expected advertisers to put pressure on social media sites to address false information and remove offensive content. READ MORE