Don't Spread Lies
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Don’t Spread Lies
The temptation to share things we find right away, without fact-checking, is dangerously high these days.
The types of messages that spread fastest have the most attention-grabbing content, so if you read something that shocks you and your first thought is to tell everyone you know, stop to consider if that the right thing to do.
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