That’s just a story the fake news media machine conjured up to sully my good name.
There’s so much fake news out there, I don’t know who to trust anymore.
One of the biggest challenges for social networks is how they are going to mitigate the distribution of fake news on their platforms, if at all.
Fake news isn’t a new thing. It’s just that the immediacy and virality of the social web has facilitated its rapid growth.
Is fake news a bigger problem within the mainstream media than most people are willing to admit?
The key motivation behind fake news could be political, but it can also have dramatic financial benefits too.
Stories that originate from anonymous fake news websites aren’t held to the same ethical standards as traditional media.
Fake news can take on several different forms, and citizens must be vigilant in identifying it.
Just because you find a story in what you think in a respectable publication doesn’t mean it’s true. It could be fake news.
Just because it’s negative press doesn’t mean you should immediately label it as fake news.
Between the Deep State and fake news, the President has pointed toward many challenges he has faced during his term in office.
Fake news goes beyond simple bias. It can be misleading or even nefarious in nature.
I’ve grown wary of the fake news media and the narratives that they push.
It’s become harder and harder to distinguish fake news from honest journalism.
This has gone beyond simple misinformation; fake news is getting weaponized and it has proven effective.