An anonymous user posted the so-called Antifa Manual on 4chan; it appears to be a joke but there’s no way to confirm that.
False warnings not to accept anything from Facebook hacker Fabrizio Brambilla surfaced in August 2017 and weren’t connected to a legitimate threat.
A story about a 14 year old boy shot six times by his stepfather on Facebook is an example of a sick child hoax used by scammers.
A baseless warning that clicking on a video called “popcorn carnival” or “carnival of the popcorn” on WhatsApp will destroy users phones has gone viral.
A fake offer for 5,000 Kroger fuel points that surfaced on social media in July 2017 is part of a like-farming scam.
False claims that Delta Airlines was giving away free tickets from July 2017 were part of a survey scam and should not be trusted.
ANTIFA didn’t sabotage emergency services by cutting fiber optic cables, those claims came from an imposter Twitter account that spreads misinformation.
A new SnapChat feature that shares users’ locations with friends that have been given permission to view it has caused safety concerns.
Warnings not to accept friend requests from Anwar Jitou are a new twist an old, and false, warning that has been circulating since at least 2009.
There’s no indication that warnings about ISIS using a WhatsApp group called “interschool” or “interschools” are legitimate.