When Snopes evaluates something as truth or fiction, how do we know they are accurate?
I mean really, how do we know that Snopes is the final arbiter of truth on the internet?
Great question. I think I have read some things where their credibility was called into question, but don't they provide facts that can be verified and sources of information?
by ahl-rjl4 years ago
who owns "truth or fiction.com"
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by PhoenixV14 months ago
Is Snopes a fake news site?
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