It is the spread of true information.
It is when false information is validated by one other source only.
It only occurs with information on Wikipedia.
It may involve several publications.
They are not permitted to copy information from Wikipedia.
They refuse to copy information from Wikipedia.
As soon as they include information in an article, they verify the information.
Many journalists may publish inaccuracies in several articles.
Another name for a coati is a Brazilian aardvark.
The American student changed the information on Wikipedia to what he believed to be the truth.
Many people believed that a Brazilian aardvark was the same as a coati.
When writers wrote about the Brazilian aardvark they knew it was a joke.
Some people add false content to a Wikipedia entry intentionally.
Updating information on Wikipedia is against the law.
There is hardly any true information on Wikipedia.
Many true facts on Wikipedia initially appear as false information.
There is a clear connection between childhood vaccines and autism.
Circular reporting incited many parents not to vaccinate their children.
The claims that they were connected first appeared on Wikipedia.
The media proved early on that the claims about vaccines and autism were false.
Generally speaking, it’s easy to identify false information.
If the original source is Wikipedia or the media, the information is almost always false.
Reflecting critically on information we read is something most people often do.
Lack of time to think and investigate can cause us to believe things that aren’t true.
We can take certain steps such as checking the original source of the information.
Don't spread it
Making sure the source is taken only from either Wikipedia, Facebook or the media.
We decide whether it's true or not
Be more critical
Don't use Wikipedia at all
Use other sources instead
Use more than one sources