Snopes-ing 101
Abraham Lincoln: 'Don't believe everything you read on the internet just because there's a picture with a quote next to it.'
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The final stretch of 2022 midterm campaigns will no doubt inspire a deluge of online content with varying levels of authenticity or fact — be it memes, videos, photographs, or sensational tabloid headlines.
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Sweets, Confectionery, Food
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Whoopi Goldberg is but one celebrity victim of an online death hoax.
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Shelf, Person, Human
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How to Spot a Social Media Bot
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Sponsored content can be as innocent as an ad for your local restaurant, or as deceptive as an article or TV segment where the provider fails to disclose that they received money for the space.
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Snopestionary: The 'Strawman' Logical Fallacy
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These nine resources are just a sampling of the vast amount of online research materials that can be utilized to explore the history of New York City.
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red herring logical fallacy
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how to spot a deepfake
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Person, Human, Clothing
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slippery slope fallacy
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ad hominem fallacy
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biden shake hands with thin air
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Graphics, Art, Pattern
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Person, Human, Crowd
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Word, Game, Crowd
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