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After a shooting, social media is quick to name suspects — and they often get it wrong. Here's how to avoid getting snared by bad info

A shooting at Westgate in Glendale prompted at least two false social media posts about the shooter. A woman debunked one claim in under 2 minutes. read more

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After a shooting, social media is quick to name suspects — and they often get it wrong. Here's how to avoid getting snared by bad info

Within a couple hours of Wednesday's shooting at Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale, a college professor from St. Louis was on social media debunking ... alleged to name a second shooter. read more



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