A new term for the type of media created by the fake news industry.
The fake news that is spreading.
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Here are some important facts about fake news and its impact on the nation.
The term “fake news” refers to a set of stories that are not fact-based.
This term is used in a broad sense, but also includes stories that have been distorted or deliberately false, which could have negative or even deadly consequences.
Fake news has been blamed for the election of President Donald Trump, the rise of white supremacist groups, the death of a federal judge and a number of other incidents.
CNN reported that at least 14 people have died after being killed in the past two weeks.
In December, CNN’s senior vice president of news and producer, Jake Tapper, wrote a piece for the Wall Street Journal titled, “Fake news and the future of the news media.”
Tapper argued that fake news has created a “post-truth” society.
The White House has taken steps to combat the spread of fake news, including launching an initiative called the White Paper on Nov. 1, which aims to combat fake news.
There are two different types of fake: real news and “trolls” or “trolling bots.”
Fake news refers to stories that people find credible, and often rely on social media to spread.
Trolls are the opposite.
These are stories that often have no basis in fact, but spread through social media in a way that makes it difficult for readers to debunk them.
In 2016, CNN published a piece called “Trump, Russia, Russia,” which said Russian President Vladimir Putin was involved in a massive bribery scheme.
This piece led to a spike in the number of fake stories on social-media sites.
A recent CNNMoney piece on the fake-news epidemic noted that in the three months between November 2017 and March 2018, there were at least 10 fake stories published on social networks that had been shared at least 1 million times, and spread to more than 5 million people.
There have been more than 100 false news reports about President Donald J. Trump on social platforms since his inauguration.
At least six of these stories were spread by trolls and bots.
A number of the fake stories circulated on social sites after the election, including on Reddit and Twitter.
CNN and the Washington Post also reported that fake stories were shared on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms in the weeks leading up to the election.
Fake stories have a disproportionate impact on younger Americans.
In the past year, fake stories have been reported on social accounts belonging to young people, many of whom are members of historically black colleges and universities.
CNN found that, as of November 2017, more than 6,000 stories had been spread on Twitter between the ages of 13 and 17.
Fake News is not a “bias.”
It is true that the bias against Trump is rooted in the way that the media distorts the election results, and that fake media outlets have been critical of the president’s policies.
But fake news is not about race, gender, ethnicity or sexual orientation.
It is about money.
According to CNN, fake news accounts and news organizations spend $4.7 billion on advertising each year.
The Center for Public Integrity reported that some of the largest fake news stories were centered on racial and ethnic groups.
Some of the biggest fake news organizations include InfoWars, InfoWars USA, Info Wars Canada, InfoWar New York, Info War UK and Infowars.
The United States has experienced its share of fake-related deaths.
CNN estimated that there have been at least 20 false deaths reported to law enforcement in the last month, and at least 21 fake-death cases have been investigated in the United States.
In March, CNN reported on the case of a fake death in Arizona that authorities say occurred as a result of “a hoax.”
The Fake News Industry is an Industry That Has Been Growing.
According the National Association of Social Workers, there are approximately 25,000 social workers in the country.
These professionals are charged with educating the public on the effects of the social-service system on the communities in which they work.
According for 2016, social workers represented one-third of the entire workforce in the US.
However, according to CNNMoney, social-work training has also become a “hot market.”
The National Coalition of Social Work Associations reported in 2014 that training programs were “in the pipeline” that would allow social workers to specialize in social work as an industry.
FakeNews Can Have Real and Unintended Consequences.
The false reports of election-related death, injuries and false statements have been a concern for many in the media industry.
CNN’s White House correspondent, Jake Zick, told CNNMoney that “fake stories” can have real and