How to spot a fake news story on Facebook

How to tell when a Facebook post is fake or not.

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How do you know if someone is posting fake news?

It’s easy.

The first thing you should do is check the user profile to see if they’re posting any news that isn’t factually accurate.

When someone is promoting fake news, they’re using a post as a cover story to try to trick you into believing their story.

That’s the trick.

If the post doesn’t look like a fake, or they make an effort to make it look like one, it’s probably fake news.

Facebook doesn’t have a set of rules about what to check to determine if someone’s post is genuine, but you can easily do it yourself by clicking the “Edit” button.

For example, here’s a fake post from a local news station.

Facebook: Facebook The post is marked “local news station” and is marked as “local.”

Facebook: This is an example of what looks like a genuine post.

But it’s not.

It looks like someone is trying to trick Facebook users into believing they are participating in a local, local news story.

Facebook posts are sometimes edited and sometimes removed in an effort not to be deceptive.

Facebook also takes down fake news content when the user removes their account or when the person is suspended.

The company takes down posts that are deemed misleading or misleading to the general public.

If you click “Edit,” the posts will be removed from Facebook.

If your posts don’t match up with the Facebook community standards, the post may be removed.

But Facebook doesn’st take down posts it believes are spam or in violation of its community standards.

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What does Facebook mean by a “fake” post?

If you see a post on Facebook that you think is fake, you’ll need to click the “report” button to see what happens next.

But you can also see a “liked” post, which is a more common sign that someone is sharing a link to a news article on Facebook.

Facebook has set standards for the content of its news feeds.

Facebook says its news feed standards apply to all of its products, including apps, mobile apps, and news websites.

Facebook is not going to take down your post or remove it for being misleading.

If Facebook is going to remove your post for being fake, it won’t take down the original post.

Instead, Facebook will only take down a link that looks like it came from a legitimate news source.

Facebook will remove that link and will likely move the link to its news Feed.

You can’t see the original source on Facebook, and if Facebook removes your post, you can’t find it on Facebook again.

But if you look through your feed, you will see that the link has disappeared from the news Feed and is no longer visible.

If a Facebook user has been suspended, their profile will not show up on the page.

Facebook hasn’t said how long a suspension lasts, but it usually lasts between three and eight days.

You’ll have to re-create your account to see the new information.

Facebook users who don’t want to reenter their old profile can use the “delete my account” button on the bottom of the page, but that’s an extra step.

If that fails, they can just re-enter their profile.

If they don’t like what they see, they’ll be prompted to fill out a form to remove their profile and their profile history.

You won’t see any of their old posts, though.

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How to get rid of fake news on Facebook When you see something that looks fake on Facebook or other social networks, it means the user posted something that isn “fake.”

Facebook posts aren’t fact checked by the company, so the posts that Facebook doesn t check for are just as likely to be fake as the posts it does check for.

In general, Facebook doesnt check the content that people post on the site, so it can’t tell if a post is real or not—or whether it’s true or not, depending on what it says.

But there are times when Facebook posts that aren’t factual might be misleading or deceptive to the public, so you might want to check the information that’s posted on Facebook before you click on it.

Facebook generally only takes down a post if the post is false or misleading.

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What to do if you see fake news in Facebook?

If a post that looks too good to be true looks too much like a legitimate article, it probably isn’t.

But sometimes fake news posts can look like real news.

If it looks too fake, that means Facebook hasnít done its homework.

Facebook does look at what you share in your feed to decide if a photo is a photo or a video.

But that doesn’t always tell you whether itís real or fake.

If there’s no photo of a person, or the person isnít wearing a shirt, for example, that could mean Facebook isní t