The video is obviously faked, but it's still setting the anti-vaxx internet on fire.
Four ways to survive the social media "infodemic."
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In both 2016 and 2017, only about .3 percent of reported hate crimes turned out to be fake.
A new study found that age was the main factor that determined whether someone would spread misinformation on Facebook.
Please stop falling for that crazy graphic of tilapia “facts” that is making its way around the internet.
The Wikimedia Foundation wasn’t given warning before Susan Wojcicki announced at SXSW that YouTube is planning to use its content to debunk fake news.
Don't believe the story about Tide pulling the toxic little guys off the shelves.
The president is apparently super mad about reporting errors that outlets have already apologized for. Weirdly, he doesn't seem to care about errors that make him sound good.
And more stories that turned out to be nothing.
A roundup of the year's ugliest, most damaging lies.
Defenders of the Alabama Senate candidate latched onto a real statement from one of Moore's accusers and distorted it until it became fake news.