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She also includes some helpful tips for spotting fake news: Be warned: Zimdars's list is expansive in scope, and stretches beyond the bootleg sites (many of them headquartered in Macedonia) that write fake news for the sole reason of selling advertisements. Right-wing sources and conspiracy theorists like Breitbart and Infowars appear alongside pure (but often misinterpreted) satire like the Onion and The New Yorker's Borowitz Report. "Not all of these sources are always or inherently problematic, but I'm including them because they should be considered in conjunction with other news/info sources due to their tendency to rely on clickbait headlines," Zimdars notes. You should read it closely, feel free to disagree, and, in the spirit of media literacy, do your own research.
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