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A bogus headline seems both more true and more familiar to people when it’s accompanied by a photo of any kind.
Plus: Instagram is fertile ground for conspiracy theories, Apple gives to media literacy, and a terror attack comes with its own media strategy.
“It appears in our paper, it’s going to appear in BuzzFeed, and vice versa.”
“One of our goals has been to talk about the news in a way that invites our audience into the news cycle. We’re trying to make it a little bit easier for people to be engaged.”
Plus: What people who like fact-checking are like, a new “digital deception” newsletter, and Facebook expands its fact-checking partnerships beyond the West.
Plus: Facebook found (and shut down) a Macedonian disinformation effort in the Alabama special election, and Facebook groups could get garbage-y fast.
Plus: The Brits come to the U.S. to grill tech execs, and spammers come to Instant Articles.
Plus: The AP’s new fake news listing, a lack of center-right news outlets, and how to spot a fake viral video.