While sympathizers and wannabes were arrested for various deadly acts, there wasn’t a specific movement afoot.
In early September 2015, a story about Houston police taking one suspect into custody made the rounds on Facebook.
STAY SMART: Helpful hints on how to debunk annoying internet hoaxes and fake news People are increasingly being duped by satirical news sites with outrageous headlines that seem all too real, partially because we want them to be real.
This year saw the rise of "fake news" which made getting your news online quite an adventure.
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He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon". (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American clergyman, activist, and leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement.
An obscured face can allegedly be seen in the concrete on the side of the building and it's apparently immune to sandblasting and paint.
MYTH: Oilers defensive tackle Jeff Alm was involved in a car accident that killed his childhood friend.
A distraught Alm killed himself at the scene of the accident on Dec. Sadly right after the incident came many lurid rumors about the pair and their relationship in the vehicle.
Facebook (Once Again) Changes Fake News Policy Facebook product designer Jeff Smith wrote on Medium that results from a test using disputed flags beginning in Dec. were not good and buried important information relevant to debunking the hoax.
Facebook will instead display Related Articles next to fake posts and include what information in the story is false.