A lot of people have been complaining about Facebook being used to spread fake news.
The problem is that Facebook has a terrible reputation for allowing people to manipulate it and it can even be very difficult to remove.
So, it’s not surprising that some people have resorted to using their own personal accounts to post fake news stories.
But what if they have a good reason to do so?
Here are some tips for spotting fake news and how to remove it.1.
Don’t trust people you know to know the truth.
It’s important to not believe a source when they tell you they don’t know the real story.
That’s not to say they aren’t trustworthy, it just means that the source is probably lying.
The truth is that most people are not trustworthy.
Most people lie because they don.
It doesn’t matter whether the source has a legitimate job, a university degree, a real estate listing, or a job that pays them more than $100,000 per year.
Even if the source tells you everything they know about a person, they’re likely lying to you because they are trying to manipulate you into believing something they don,t, or don’t believe.
If the source says that the person in question has cancer, or that someone is autistic, or is a pedophile, or something else, it doesn’t mean they are telling the truth or that they’re trying to deceive you.
So don’t trust them.
The only thing that matters is that you don’t buy their story.2. Don