What to do if you think a link is fake.
article The sport bible says if you click on a link in a news article or a post, it’s probably fake.
But the site also has guidelines to help avoid it.
Here are some tips to make sure you don’t get scammed by sites that say they are trustworthy.
How to avoid fake news?
If you think something is fake, don’t click on it.
The news article might be a fake or the post might be spammy, but the link is real.
If it’s not, you’re going to end up at a website that is scammed.
A fake news story is a story that’s based on a false or misleading information, such as a story from the fake news site NewsBusters, which is responsible for several fake stories.
This type of article has the same format as a news story, but there are no details about what happened or who was responsible for the story.
The same is true if you are looking at a news site and see that the article includes a link to a fake news article.
These sites may use the same exact information, but you’re not going to find anything else.
The links in fake news stories are often made from the top of a news source, so they are usually on the first page or bottom of the page.
They’re usually not very clear or very long.
Some fake news sites even put a large number of the links in their fake news articles on the page instead of just the first.
A news article on the fake site will say it is from the news site.
However, the fake article is made from articles from the same news site that the author was originally from.
So the link on the news article is not from the original article.
If the link doesn’t come from the article the author originally posted on the site, it may be a copy-paste job or a copy of the original.
A photo posted by Facebook (@facebook) on May 10, 2017 at 10:23am PDTIf you click the link, it could be from a news report, a story on the website, or from a page with a photo of the article that was taken by a third party.
A fake news report might have a picture of a child, but it’s also a fake article that contains the text “This photo is a copy from an article from another site.”
It’s also not clear who the author is.
A screenshot posted by Twitter (@twitter) on Mar 31, 2017.
If you clicked the link from a fake story, the story might not be real.
The site might have edited or removed information that the original news report said was from a real news report.
If the story is real, but does not have a clear author, it might be an old story that has been passed around among people and was not fact checked.
The original story could have been changed, the photo may have been taken by an actor or an actor-turned-news source, or it might have been made by someone who has been hired to do the story for the site.
If your link doesn`t look real, you are going to be taken to a website with a message saying that it was taken from a different source.
There are also websites that will put your information on their homepage or make a link into the website so that you can see what the site is saying.
If you click a link and get a message asking you to enter your email address, your browser doesn’t support email and you’re still at a fake site.
You can always call the site and ask to see their address.
If they say they can’t verify your information, they probably are not trustworthy.
The article about fake news and how to avoid it on The Sports Bible is based on the best-selling book by Andrew Sullivan, the former Washington Post columnist and co-founder of Slate.
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