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Perhaps nothing more clearly demonstrated the risks inherent with fake news streaming on social media channels than the recent U.S. presidential election.

It’s prompted university professors to distribute “fake news lists” on LinkedIn and blogs and it’s been a featured story in USA Today and The Wall Street Journal. Executives at Facebook, Google, and Twitter are looking at ways to kill stories that have no validity and those that promote harassment.

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