Fake, fake, so much fake.
2016's supposed 'photo of the year' is, in fact, a big fat fake. Read More >>
It’s actually his late brother Michel.
Buzzfeed tracked down the photographer and the people in the photo and laid out the facts.
Apparently "the single greatest photo of any president ever" - but it's photoshopped.
Every time a natural disaster hits, we see plenty of fake photos on social media.
Did you see that viral story about a zoo in China naming their baby gorilla Harambe McHarambeface? Well, it’s fake.
Do you notice anything weird about this ad for the new season of Supergirl that’s coming out in October? Look closer...
Here we go again.
While it would certainly be cool to perform magic (nearly) for real, it’s a hoax.
From Pokémon Go photoshops to political spoofs, there really are more fakes than ever swirling around the internet this summer. Stay sceptical out there, friends.
Gotta debunk 'em all.
Have you seen this absolutely adorable bunny on Pinterest or Twitter or Facebook recent? Well, I hate to burst your bubble, but it’s completely fake. It’s a 100 per cent bunny bluff. Read more >>
Like public health threats of the past, there are plenty of hucksters trying to sell “natural” remedies for Zika online. But they’re all bullshit.
Why is the internet so mean?
With the internet still, well... existing, we’ve been seeing a lot of suspicious photos in our social media streams. But don’t fall for any of these. They’re all fake.