3 articles in 3 days have exposed hoaxes and scams.
A bizarre story claiming that users of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser are a lot dumber than users of Firefox, Chrome, and Opera, was unmasked in a day or 2. Wired’s Epicenter reveals the hoax and sparks its perpetrator to claim it was a joke.
The horrifying “collar bomb” in Sydney, Australia, was a hoax. Who concocted it?
For 140 years, Scots have been proud of their unbelievably-loyal dog, Greyfriars Bobby. Reuters reports that it was a “scam to lure tourists”.
Do the media you read tell you the initial claim, but not that it was a hoax? Time to smarten your news sources.