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Article About Spotting Deceptive Facebook Posts

by Ethan Annis on 2018-09-05T15:58:45-07:00 | Comments

On Sept 4, 2018, the New York Times published a brief article about spotting deceptive Facebook posts.  At the end of the article there is a short quiz to see if the reader can identify real vs. deceptive posts.  Although the quiz will probably take less than a minute to complete, it illustrates just how difficult it is to spot distinguish between a real post and a post from an influence campaign.

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