Fake News & Fact Checking
Many of us like to share news and stories on social media with our friends. We all share things for different reasons. Perhaps it’s an interesting story, news about a celebrity that you like, or something that made you laugh.
But when you see something you like online, do you check to make sure that it’s true before you share it?
Not everything that we read or see on the internet is true – and if it isn’t, and we share it, we could be making more people believe something that is actually made up.
Stories like this are called fake news and they can be a problem.
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