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The only way to stop fake news is for you to take responsibility

2 monthes ago   |   By The Next Web

Trump has made a lot of things buzzworthy, but perhaps none more than “fake news.” Everyone has strong opinions about who is at fault for spreading lies in the press. It's “the media's” fault. It's Trump's fault. Before Trump, it was the National Enquirer's fault. It's Facebook's fault. You name a source, and they've probably been blamed. And while all of those entities have played their part in this epidemic, I'm going to tell you something that might be hard for you to hear: it's your fault. Or I'll say it more nicely... it's our fault. The nature of the...
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