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2 datasets found
  1. BuzzFeed-Webis Fake News Corpus 16

    • webis.de
    1181813
    Updated Feb 20, 2018
  2. BuzzFeed-Webis Fake News Corpus 2016

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    • figshare.com
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    Updated Feb 20, 2018
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Potthast, Martin; Kiesel, Johannes; Reinartz, Kevin; Bevendorff, Janek; Stein, Benno (2018) BuzzFeed-Webis Fake News Corpus 16. [Dataset] http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1181813
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BuzzFeed-Webis Fake News Corpus 16

1181813Available download formats
Dataset updated Feb 20, 2018
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Leipzig Universityhttp://www.uni-leipzig.de/
Bauhaus-Universität Weimarhttps://www.uni-weimar.de/
The Web Technology & Information Systems Network
Authors
Potthast, Martin; Kiesel, Johannes; Reinartz, Kevin; Bevendorff, Janek; Stein, Benno
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Attribution 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
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Description

The BuzzFeed-Webis Fake News Corpus 16 comprises the output of 9 publishers in a week close to the US elections. Among the selected publishers are 6 prolific hyperpartisan ones (three left-wing and three right-wing), and three mainstream publishers (see Table 1). All publishers earned Facebook’s blue checkmark, indicating authenticity and an elevated status within the network. For seven weekdays (September 19 to 23 and September 26 and 27), every post and linked news article of the 9 publishers was fact-checked by professional journalists at BuzzFeed. In total, 1,627 articles were checked, 826 mainstream, 256 left-wing and 545 right-wing. The imbalance between categories results from differing publication frequencies.

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