A warning about girl who was supposedly badly burned while wearing an Under Armour sweatshirt near a camp fire can’t be authenticated. But these types of blended material have proven more flammable in the past.
False claims that Tyler Perry is giving away $750,000 spread on social media in June 2018.
False claims that Snopes is operated by the CIA were started by a baseless report that failed to cite any credible evidence.
Pilot Flying J has not removed American flags because of complaints from foreigners. The company said a flagpole was being repaired to meet military rules and protocols at a store in Amarillo, and the flag would be returned as soon as possible.
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Posts falsely claiming that typing “bff” into Facebook tells users if their accounts are secure circulated in March 2018.
False claims that Facebook only shows users posts from 26 friends circulated in February 2018.
False reports that Mark Zuckerberg is retiring from Facebook in 2018 cropped up after Zuckerberg voiced disappointed with the platform’s overall impact on society.
False warnings not to accept friend requests from Facebook hacker Andrea Wilson that spread in November 2017 are based on legitimate threats.
A fake Costco coupon for $41 off a $50 purchase began circulating on Facebook in October 2017.