Why Fake News Reduces Public Safety and Confidence

Disinformation is dangerous, undermining morale and security

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Fake news is a rising problem, encouraging hate crimes and social outcry. But you can fight back against fakers by becoming knowledgeable about how to spot bogus news rather than being taken in by corrupt reports from news sites.

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Counselor and author exploring how to live well. I write about self-mastery and occasionally pen stories and poems.

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Bridget E Webber

Bridget E Webber

Counselor and author exploring how to live well. I write about self-mastery and occasionally pen stories and poems.

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