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How to spot a fake news

in an article title “How to spot fake news” article How to tell the difference between a hoax and a real article?

It is a question many are asking themselves right now.

We are witnessing a rapid decline in the quality of content in the media and we are not immune to it.

Many people are being exposed to content that is fake, fake news and fake news.

Fake news is a term coined by Donald Trump, which refers to stories that are designed to appear authentic and not necessarily true.

It is often used to describe the fake news articles that circulate online.

The term is also used to denote hoaxes.

It means that a story is made up or fabricated based on a certain story, which may be the same story, or a completely different story.

The fake news phenomenon is not limited to the United States.

Many fake news stories have been circulated on social media in other countries, including Russia, India, and Egypt.

The stories have become so popular in these countries that the government in many countries is attempting to clamp down on the spread of fake news online.

Many governments are cracking down on fake news websites and individuals that peddle the content.

Many countries have passed laws banning the distribution of fake content and the dissemination of fake stories online.

Fake content has become such a big issue in the United Kingdom, where the government has cracked down on social networks and news websites.

In the UK, a crackdown is underway on fake content, as well.

The UK is one of the countries that has the highest rate of internet-based fake news on the planet.

The number of UK users who subscribe to fake news is growing.

In 2017, there were approximately 17 million internet users.

It seems that the internet is now becoming a tool of propaganda and manipulation.

This is especially true in the case of fake articles, which have become a mainstay of fake media.

This type of content, which is intended to appear fake and to mislead, is being promoted on Facebook and Twitter, with the goal of stirring up feelings of anger and hatred and provoking people to vote against the ruling party in a future election.

Fake News is also being used to spread rumors and rumors are spreading like wildfire.

The popularity of these types of fake posts has created a massive spike in the number of false reports on social networking platforms and news sites, according to a study by Trend Micro.

The study found that false reports of fake attacks were up by 20% on average between October 2017 and February 2018.

According to the study, the average number of fake reports reported in the UK in March 2018 was 1,827.

There were 2,957 reported attacks in the month of May 2018, which was more than 10 times the number in February 2018, and 2,853 reported attacks on social platforms in March.

There are reports of attacks on British citizens, as the British government has banned Twitter accounts belonging to British citizens and foreign nationals.

The government is reportedly cracking down hard on social sites that allow the spread and circulation of misinformation, including Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms.

This trend will continue until there is a solution to the fake content problem in the future.

Fake articles are a challenge to the real world.

A fake article is a story that has been fabricated.

A hoax article is one that has not been verified and is not true.

This article was written by: Liza Taylor-Singer , Associate Professor in Journalism, The University of Nottingham, UK