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How to trace images online using Yandex

THERE  are several ways to verify images online. The FactCheckHub had earlier explained how TinEye and Google Reverse image tools can help to achieve...

How to archive posts for future reference

There are several reasons why you may want to keep a post or content you saw online for future reference. One of such reasons is...

How to identify phishing scams and websites

Phishing scams are becoming a constant feature in misinformation that is shared online especially on messaging platforms. Phishing, a social engineering technique used in deception,...

How to verify visuals using frames

Misinformation can come in the form of texts, audio, or visuals. These visuals could be an old video circulated as new or even doctored. As such...

How to fact-check viral post shared via WhatsApp

WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging platforms, with over 2 billion monthly active users. Although, WhatsApp is helpful in staying connected with friends...

How to fact-check images online

Have you ever wondered how fact-checks are done? Do you think it is something you could do? The simple answer is Yes! You can. Fact-Checking...

10 Steps to Spot Fake News

Sorting out fact from fiction in today’s ‘global village’ has become very important amidst the ‘infodemic’ we’re experiencing. Below are steps you can follow...

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