The article considers the potential of media hype in the context of its implementation by mass communication practice in relation to the expectations and peculiarities of the audience’s perception.
The paper examines the main types of intellectual property rights, which might be violated in the media space (Internet, radio, TV, press).
In today’s world, the media has long been a major source of information. As the amount of information in the media increases, so does the amount of intellectual property involved. The most fundamental form of intellectual property protection technology is the control of access to information (ie determining whether the requester is allowed access to information).
The notion of misinformation revealed difference misinformation and fake. The classification of fake on the various grounds is made, it is also found out the types of information to spread on the Internet. The essence and origin of the term “fake” describes the creation and dissemination of fake information in the social media. The typical examples of fake information in the Ukrainian media space, revealed the impact of such messages to users of social networks.