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Evaluating News Stories: Examples

Fake news is a complex and growing problem for anyone doing research. This guide accompanies Dr. Johnson's COM 10 class

Misinformation Directory

FactChecker.org , the highly respected fact checking division of the Washington Post newspaper, publishes an example-size list of fake news sites.  While many of these are now offline, the annotations will help you recognize bias and falsehoods in websites you may visit.

How to flag fake news on Facebook

Found something on Facebook that is fake news?

Here are the instructions on alerting Facebook to the problems