Why you shouldn’t be shocked when you see ‘fake news’

Why should you be shocked to see “fake news” in the headlines?

It’s hard to explain what all that means, but let’s take a look.

How does it work?

Fake news is not news.

Fake news is content that is designed to mislead and manipulate the public in a way that is likely to harm the interests of the company or political party in power.

Fake stories are often promoted by well-known media outlets, which then publish them in their own news portals.

The goal is to influence people to click on or buy something from the site.

If you read a news story that you like, you may be more likely to click or buy that article than a news article that you don’t like.

That’s because the news outlet is trying to convince people to buy something, whether they like it or not.

So, a lot of news outlets have a clear motive to make you buy a product or service.

How many of those outlets do you follow?

How many do you read on Facebook?

You may be wondering how Facebook makes money from ads that are shared on Facebook, and it turns out that the company has no idea how many of these posts you’ve seen.

But, if you look at their revenue, Facebook’s revenue is very small.

The reason is that Facebook pays publishers to create, publish and distribute content on their platform.

Facebook doesn’t pay them to create content that people are likely to like or click on, nor do they pay them for sharing their content.

They don’t even pay them money to run ads on their site.

In other words, Facebook doesn “sell” ads to you.

But it’s not like you don ‘t know that.

What are the problems with this approach?

For starters, there’s the question of who pays for those ads.

Facebook has a contract with publishers.

Under that contract, Facebook pays the publisher $1.25 per click.

But publishers are free to choose their own advertisers.

And the publishers can choose to pay Facebook to run their ads, or not, but they can’t refuse.

Facebook is also free to share their ads with anyone who wants to see them.

That includes companies like Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft and others, which are all owned by Facebook.

Facebook, however, is free to control which companies get access to their ads.

The third problem is that the platforms pay the publishers for the advertising space they have on their sites.

That means Facebook is paid by publishers for its ads, which means that Facebook has to pay publishers money to post its ads on the site, which in turn means that the publishers are paying Facebook money to do the work.

In short, the platforms are paying the publishers to run the ads on Facebook.

So there’s a big incentive for Facebook to post the ads and then to make money from those ads, because the publishers would get paid for those posts.

But there is no incentive for the publishers.

There is a big difference between being paid to promote a product, and being paid by Facebook to sell ads.

In fact, it’s the publishers who have to pay for those advertisements.

Is there a way to stop the platforms from profiting from ads?


The platforms could set their own rules for what they allow.

And Facebook could set its own rules.

But that would mean that publishers would have to choose between doing their job and making money.

That would mean they would have no incentive to make those posts and then post them again.

It’s not a fair situation.

What you can do If you are a publisher, you could say, “Enough already, this is the way things should be.”

That would put pressure on Facebook to change the way it does business.

But Facebook’s business model is that it pays the publishers money and then it gets to set the rules.

If Facebook were to stop charging publishers money, publishers would then have to decide whether or not they want to pay.

It would be a different business model than what Facebook has in place today.

If you’re an advertiser, you should know what you can and cannot do.

But if you’re not sure what you should be doing, ask your business partners or friends.

You can learn more about what you are allowed to do on Facebook here.