Detecting Fake News

Updated May 28, 2020

All the videos below are from CTRL-F

Verifying Images & Videos  

Looking Up Claims & Website Owners

 

Tools to Help You Detect Fake News/Propaganda

B.S. Detector

  • can download this “browser extension that alerts users to unreliable news sources”
FactCheck.org

  • from the Anneberg Public Policy Center
Media Bias/Fact Check

  • enter the website name or the URL  on this “comprehensive media bias resource” which has over 1300 media sources
Polifact

  • especially for topics related to politics
Snopes.com

  • can search by keywords or URLs
Google Reverse Image Search

  • looks for similar images
  • can upload by URL or file of the image
Full Fact

  • The UK’s independent fact-checking charity.

 

Poynter’s Fact Checking Page

  • The Poynter Institute is a nonprofit school for journalists and a publisher of original journalism.
FactsCan

  • Canada’s political fact-checker

 

 

 

Click on the images below to view the original on their website.