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Get Your Own ‘Is This Story Share-Worthy?’ Poster

How often do you share, like or retweet a story or image without actually evaluating the information to see if it's credible or harmful?

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Today’s media landscape enables everyone to be both a consumer and contributor— and with that comes the daunting task of being informed and responsible. Our “Is This Story Share-Worthy?” poster provides essential questions to help you analyze content and steps to decide whether it should be shared.

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