How to fact check your tweets

“Minutes after my emergency C-section, my best friend up north called the hospital to see if I was alive,” writes Veronica Maria Jarski of MarketingProfs . “She had gotten a call from a friend, who had spoken to my mother’s co-worker, who was talking with my mother when my husband called her about the emergency. The final message resulted in my rumored death. And I’m not even a celebrity!” Rumors can spread fast no matter what medium, but with Twitter’s quick 140…

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