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In the age of social networking, finding the worth of one’s social presence and online interactions can have a significant impact on tackling the problem of fake news. We are proposing a scoring mechanism which can also be used to calculate the worth of one’s online presence, and also to suggests numerical score to a particular thought posted on the internet.
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