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The photos may not be fake, but the context is.
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Facebook's misinformation isn't just a threat to democracy. It's endangering lives.
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When it comes to effectively propagating a message in the modern day, few do it quite like internet activists.
Virtual borders have also been subtly dividing the world
It could be the largest data leak of a Russian intelligence agency.
This is how data harvesting really works. You're not going to like it.
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