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It’s more than just the
opposite of the truth
How to identify them and respond authentically
#1 - Satire or Parody
• No intention to cause harm
• Intention to fool
#2 - Misleading Content : To frame an issue or an individual
#3 - Imposter Content: • Genuine Sources are Impersonated
#4 - Fabricated Content:
100% fake, intention to fool and to harm
#5 - False Connection: Headlines and Content differ
#6 - False Context:
Genuine Content is shared with false contextual information
#7 - Manipulated Content:
Genuine imagery is manipulated to deceive
How to spot
Fake News?
Compiled by:
Andrew Chow
Do you know him?
I think he is known as
@ideasandrew
• I heard that…
• Someone online said…
• I r...
Fake News: How to Identify them and Respond Authentically
Fake News: How to Identify them and Respond Authentically
Fake News: How to Identify them and Respond Authentically
Fake News: How to Identify them and Respond Authentically
Fake News: How to Identify them and Respond Authentically
Fake News: How to Identify them and Respond Authentically
Fake News: How to Identify them and Respond Authentically
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Fake News: How to Identify them and Respond Authentically

  1. 1. It’s more than just the opposite of the truth How to identify them and respond authentically
  2. 2. #1 - Satire or Parody • No intention to cause harm • Intention to fool
  3. 3. #2 - Misleading Content : To frame an issue or an individual
  4. 4. #3 - Imposter Content: • Genuine Sources are Impersonated
  5. 5. #4 - Fabricated Content: 100% fake, intention to fool and to harm
  6. 6. #5 - False Connection: Headlines and Content differ
  7. 7. #6 - False Context: Genuine Content is shared with false contextual information
  8. 8. #7 - Manipulated Content: Genuine imagery is manipulated to deceive
  9. 9. How to spot Fake News?
  10. 10. Compiled by: Andrew Chow Do you know him? I think he is known as @ideasandrew • I heard that… • Someone online said… • I receive a message that told me… • Many people suspected that…

It is more than just the opposite of the truth

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