This week we have stories about Black Panther, Apple, and eye worms.
Posted on February 16, 2018, at 6:03 p.m. ET
The tweet went viral, but it was written by a grown man. The Baltimore Sun spoke to the man who wrote it, Joshua T. Dickerson.
In the aftermath of the tragedy, the fake screenshot attributed to BuzzFeed circulated on various social media platforms. Here is the list of hoaxes surrounding the shooting.
As Bloomberg reported, Apple employees took to putting sticky notes on the glass walls to avoid walking into them.
Miami Herald reporter Alex Harris became subject of targeted harassment after being among the first to reach out to survivors of the shooting. There were two fake tweets attributed to her circulating, but the social network told BuzzFeed News they weren't a violation of policy.
Trolls on Twitter are spreading old photos to falsely claim they were assaulted at a Black Panther screening.
14 cattle worms infected her eye, BuzzFeed News reported.
What Sean Hannity thought was a "sperm" is actually a vein Obama has. Here's proof.
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