How are conspiracy theories amplified online? | #TheCube

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Published on July 18, 2020 - Duration: 22:28s

How are conspiracy theories amplified online? | #TheCube

In the age of TikTok and Twitter, conspiracies are gaining a new lease of life on our social media feeds.

But why do people believe conspiracy theories and who's behind some of the biggest online?

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