Friday, December 13, 2019

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How Instagram And Facebook Are Combatting Fake News

Facebook is trying to prevent the spread of misinformation from messing with politics and the upcoming elections.

Don’t Be Fooled By Fake Images And Videos Online

Advances in artificial intelligence have made it easier to create compelling and sophisticated fake images, videos and audio recordings. Here are five ways you can protect yourself.

New Study Confirms That Seniors Are More Likely To Share Fake News

The research argues that the largest determining factor on whether or not someone shares fake news — regardless of political orientation — is if the user is over 65 years old.

YouTube Wants To Teach Kids About Fake News

Misinformation and the amount of media supporting that misinformation makes it really hard for people to filter out content and separate truth from fiction.

So, Is Fentanyl-Laced Weed An Epidemic Or Just BS?

Reports claim that there has been a 540 percent increase in fentanyl-related deaths in the U.S. in the last three years, but what about Fentanyl-laced weed?

Happy 420: Here’s News Bloopers Of Obviously High People

If you're tired of doomsday-type reports, then local news is the place for you. For 4/20 shenanigans, however, it might be exactly what you’re looking for.

Science Has Discovered A Way To Bring Stick Figures To Life

Stick figures have captivated the internet. These weren’t just any stick figure, but ones that seemingly came to life when splashed with a pool of water.

Did A Man Really Lose His Testicles In A Scuba Bong Blast?

Tragic scuba bong: "A 27-year old Boston man has suffered injuries after an attempt to 'fill a scuba tank with weed smoke' failed last Thursday night."

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