Social media posts are warning gay men and women to flee from the region.
“I think anybody that goes looking online for a puppy, if you look at more than one or two places, you’re going to run across a fraud site. It’s that bad.”
This was the year of Monster ham, the Gorilla Channel, and a whole lot of anti-immigrant hoaxes.
This week we have stories about the Oscars, Christmas, and sex on a pyramid.
This week we have stories about the French protests, Donald Trump, and a baby born from a dead woman's uterus.
Recently unsealed court documents and reporting from BuzzFeed News provide an inside look at how the FBI investigated two ad fraud operations.
This week we have stories about a mini Ice Age, a gender-reveal party, and a very large steer.
This is just one of the hoaxes that keeps spreading about the migrant caravan weeks after it departed from Honduras.
Loomer was known for spreading falsehoods on the platform.
Influencers are promoting clothing brands, sales, and themselves using terms related to the fires.
This week we have stories about the Queen, the California wildfires, and a bedazzled pigeon.
Cryptocurrency Scams Are Thriving On Twitter Eight Months After It Said It Was Working To Eliminate Them
Scammers promising free bitcoin have become more sophisticated over the past few months, hacking verified Twitter accounts like Target to spread their scheme. It seems to be coming from Russia.
Trump Is Tweeting Bogus Claims Of Voter Fraud. Here’s How His False Claims Echo Online Conspiracies.
"It's more likely that people are stricken by lightning than if they impersonate someone at the polls."
This week's stories are all about voter fraud, the midterms, and a dead pimp in Nevada.
Election Officials Asked Twitter To Remove A Video Falsely Claiming Voter Fraud, But The Company Refuses
“Twitter’s open and real-time nature is a powerful antidote to the spreading of all types of false information,” a spokesperson said.
A Fake Donald Trump Twitter Account Is Spreading Election Falsehoods (And A Link To "2 Girls, 1 Cup")
Twitter took down the account six minutes after BuzzFeed News asked about it.
The ad ran from a Facebook page that appears to have been set up just for this campaign, as Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp struggles to hold on to her seat.
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Attempts to confuse voters have already started circulating across social media.
This week we have stories about spiders, the bomb packages, and Ross from Friends.