In this Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017, photo, a fake news story is positioned near ads from major global corporations on The Red Elephants website. It may not be intentional, but major corporations are helping prop up sites that publish false news stories. Experts say itâs not so easy for brands to make sure they donât end up on websites that publish false stories. (The Red Elephants via AP)
In this Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017, photo, a fake news story is positioned near ads from major global corporations on The Red Elephants website. It may not be intentional, but major corporations are helping prop up sites that publish false news stories. Experts say itâs not so easy for brands to make sure they donât end up on websites that publish false stories. (The Red Elephants via AP) AP
In this Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017, photo, a fake news story is positioned near ads from major global corporations on The Red Elephants website. It may not be intentional, but major corporations are helping prop up sites that publish false news stories. Experts say itâs not so easy for brands to make sure they donât end up on websites that publish false stories. (The Red Elephants via AP) AP

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