The Washington Post has a story about a photo of a beluga whale and seal hug that went viral, that many wanted to believe was real, but which proved how fake news or photos can quickly circulate. The viral photo …
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In recognition of Cyber Monday, we are highlighting an honor received by Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, as Media Visionary for 2016. Adweek gave him this award for investments he has made in the Washington Post which he purchased in …
According to Engadget, Facebook is still trending fake news stories even though the company said they would fix the problem. The Washington Post audited trending stories that came up on individuals’ accounts and determined that a number are still …