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Can you tell fake from real?

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Become a fake news expert. These articles explain how to identify and stop the spread of fake news, propoganda, rumors and misleading images.

 

What is "fake news"?

The term "fake news" refers to information that is intended to mislead the public. Fake news isn't new, but its consequences became more serious during and after the 2016 presidential election. This guide was created to help you learn how about fake news and develop skills to separate fake from real information.

 

Fake or Real?

 

The CRAAP Test

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