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A quick reference guide to help you identify the who, where, when and why of any eyewitness photos
A quick reference guide to help you identify the who, where, when and why of any eyewitness video
Find out how features like historical imagery, 3D buildings and measurement markers can help you confirm the exact location of an eyewitness photo or video
Every eyewitness photo and video will contain visual clues that can help with verification. Learn more about what they are and how to find them
To understand the misinformation ecosystem, here's a break down of the types of fake content, content creators motivations and how it's being disseminated
NewsCheck is a Chrome extension that prompts you to work through a verification checklist and then allows others to see how you authenticated an image or video.
Find out which articles made First Draft's most-read stories list over 2016, a year in which fake news featured prominently everywhere
Between the "WOAH!" and the share: hoaxes are designed to trigger a response, which is a good first test for spotting fake stories
Check out all the slides from First Draft presentations at ONA16 in Denver, a great place to start when getting to grips with eyewitness media
Craig Silverman explains how hoaxers are finding new, effective tactics to trick the public – and make money in the process
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