created by: Phil McCrea (philmcrea.com)
Misinformation is wrong or misleading information. ~Oxford English Dictionary
An example of misinformation from the Pew Research Institute "Bots in the Twittersphere"
Disinformation is false information deliberately and often covertly spread (as by the planting of rumors) in order to influence public opinion or obscure the truth. ~Oxford English Dictionary
Propaganda is intentionally designed communication that invites us to respond emotionally, immediately, and in an either/or manner.
Disinformation & Propaganda example: A Twitter post from October 7, 2018 takes Nancy Pelosi's June 22, 2017 C-Span comments out of their original context and flips them over to create a falsehood applied to the Kavanaugh SCOTUS confirmation hearing to influence public opinion.