FAKE


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AcronymDefinition
FAKEFake Evidence Appearing Real
FAKEFast Accurate Kinetic-Energy
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'YouTube has been instrumental in the spread of fake news because it became a convenient space for fake news purveyors to spread false content to further their own personal and political agendas,' De Lima said in a statement.
We noticed that fake news spreads at the place of conflicts, but global fakes - at the junction of geopolitical conflicts, for example, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine,' said the fact checker.
The two will be charged with stealing and being in possession of fake currency.
The sources said that OPF Managing Director Dr Aamir Sheikh has ordered inquiries against fake degree holders.
Meanwhile, the PFA foiled an attempt to supply the consignment of thousands of litres of fake drinks in the market while taking timely action.
Frau-Meigs emphasized that she prefers the term disinformation than fake news, because it includes more segments.
Based on a reliable input an operation was launched at Gurugram in Haryana resulting into the seizure of fake Indian currency notes with a face value of Rs 1.20 crore.
There fear that a large number of fake currency notes are in circulation in the country.
Six truckloads of fake Kiwi polish were on Thursday destroyed by burning in Awka, the Anambra State capital, following an order of a Federal High Court in the state presided over by Justice IB Gafai.
Social media is a black hole, which spreads fake news.
For those who keep spreading fake news: pic.twitter.com/e2ccNIKrTn
'Action should be taken against those who are running fake Twitter accounts under my name', Aitzaz's application read.