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We have to ask those questions before we like, share, or take action based on what we see. If we don’t, the consequences could be disastrous.
Don’t believe me? "Ask an Expert" (Anne Kruger ) in the top menu.
Or, take a look at the two stories below from neighboring countries Myanmar and Bangladesh. In both cases, people acted on unverified information they saw on Facebook.
Even though these two incidents took place in different countries, their stories are strikingly similar.
After you see the stories, take a minute to check out the Verification Toolbox. There are great resources in there to get you started investigating what you find online. It's actually a LOT of fun!
Alright, I've gotta' get back to work. Thanks for hanging out ... shoot me an email and let me know how the verification is going!
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