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This article aims to identify the greater threat to liberal democracies: "fake news" or domestic regulations intended to combat "fake news". First, it assesses the impact of fake news on elections by analysing the 2016 US Presidential election in which the world faced the modern version of fake news for the first time and the 2019 EU Parliament election in which a non-regulatory initiative was launched to challenge fake news. Then, it evaluates the impact of regulations on free speech bydoi:10.55792/anayasayargisi.1141571 fatcat:i7s4vhpekvhbrkhjmhx2dkjdbi