A photo shared online shows Lindsay Lohan’s mugshot with a square superimposed on her face. Users are encouraged to comment with the number 1 to see what happens next.
A recent trend on Facebook is the appearance of new pages which promise free Apple products to anyone who likes and shares their content. The problem is, they are completely bogus.
Did you or someone you know post a notice on Facebook so that you will stay “privately connected” with your friends? You may want to retract that post!
A photo shared online shows a girl with a square superimposed on her arm. Users are told that if they “like” the photo and press the number “1” that something amazing will happen next. So… what happens?
A photo shared online shows a giant sinkhole on a city street. Users are encouraged to “like” the photo and type the number “1” to see what happens next.
A video from late 2012 shows a giant Golden Eagle swooping down and briefly picking up a small child, before dropping him and flying off. Is the video real or fake?
It’s not uncommon to see a photo being circulated on Facebook with a caption that reads something like, “1 like = 1 prayer, 1 share = 10 prayers.” Is this done with good intentions or is something else going on here?
After the shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut, words attributed to Morgan Freeman began to circulate regarding guns and shootings. Did Morgan Freeman make this statement?