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This rating applies to photographs and videos that were either manipulated via digital editing, or manufactured from scratch via CGI (computer-generated imagery) or AI (artificial intelligence) software, such that they convey a false or misleading message or an outright misrepresentation of reality.

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A picture purportedly showed Walmart was selling chicken nuggets in the shape of small pistols or guns named Great Value Freedom Nuggets.
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An online video claimed a man encountered a screaming ghost in room 209 at a Wingate Hotel in Illinois.
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A photo purportedly showed an abandoned McDonald's in Pripyat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine, or it was located in Russia.
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Users joked on social media about a fake post created as a joke making it appear as if President Joe Biden had said he was stroking his genitals.
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A TikTok video made for a gag led people to believe the Carousel of Progress ride purportedly at Disney World malfunctioned and led to a cast member calling out the person recording the video.
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