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    How to avoid sharing "fake news" 2
    Calum Carlyle
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    @calum

    Here’s a pretty good twelve minute video you should invest your time in. IMHO everyone online across the Yes community should view this video and think about to what extent they agree with it, because we really want to minimise the amount of fake news in the campaign when indyref2 comes around.

    We can’t stop the MSM doing it, but we can avoid accidentally doing it ourselves, and retain the high ground in the eyes of the floating voters, I’d say.

    • This topic was modified 4 months, 3 weeks ago by How to avoid sharing "fake news" 3 Calum Carlyle.
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    How to avoid sharing "fake news" 4
    Fiona Knotts
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    @babybunny1979

    Thank you, very insightful. I will need to watch it a few times for all of it to sink in. But worth it if I can ensure that I am not guilty of spreading fake news.

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