How to fact check your tweets

11/17/2010

It's all too easy for false rumors to spread via Twitter, and brands that retweet bogus claims put their reputation and credibility at risk, warns Veronica Maria Jarski. To avoid inadvertently spreading misinformation, slow down and take the time to fact check tweets before you share them. "You don't want to tweet wrong information then end up having to send a slew of apologies," Jarski writes.

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