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Thursday, July 6, 2017

Fake news: you ain’t seen nothing yet

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EARLIER this year Françoise Hardy, a French musician, appeared in a YouTube video (see link). She is asked, by a presenter off-screen, why President Donald Trump sent his press secretary, Sean Spicer, to lie about the size of the inauguration crowd. First, Ms Hardy argues. Then she says Mr Spicer “gave alternative facts to that”.
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@TheACFE: Images and audio retain an inherent trustworthiness, but a new technological wave may threaten this credibility. ow.ly/YHee30dmeed
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