1. Disinformation 2. Propaganda 3. Providing extra information
1. Disinformation is defined as intentionally false or inaccurate information that is spread deliberately.
Example:- Providing an information that Tamil screen icon MGR is the 'sole' reason for the raise of Dravidian movements, particularly DMK in Tamil Nadu.
2. Propaganda is defined as 'A form of communication aimed towards influencing the attitude of the community toward some cause or position by presenting only one side of an argument'.
Example :- Presenting the data about good governance in Gujarat by its Chief Minister Mr. Modi ( promoted as the future Prime Minister by the right wing media) and conveniently hiding the state of minorities and under privileged majorities.
3. Extra information is providing irrelevant information that could devalue the original information intended to be shared.
Example :- Michael Clarke is a great Cricket Player and he may not have watched the movie Avatar and perhaps hates the lead actor Sam Worthington. Here is an extra information which is irrelevant to the context of Cricket, but the curious people would dig deep and after knowing the connection they would either sympathise with Clarke or mock him, which actually devalues his Cricket abilities.
So people should be careful of information provided to them
Even in this write up , detractors can find out a disinformation, a pint of propaganda and an extra information and accuse this as a part of manipulating people towards a certain goal.