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Feb 7, 2020 ˇ The latest fiction rant from the Laurie Eyes anti-airport mob (WRC Forum 22/01/20) conjures up a heap of alternate facts and fake news. ... Misguided Laurie Eyes is running around scaring people about this nasty airport which will have big jets roaring around and crashing everywhere.
Feb 11, 2020 ˇ I'm pretty sure the show is fake, but I also remember hearing about a women who wanted to sue the producers of the show for scaring her so badly. But still, the ...
Jan 28, 2020 ˇ Epic, Using Scare Tactics & Paternalism, Opposes ONC Rule ... Epic then provides a few fake, made-up examples of possible misuse of health data that they ...
Feb 10, 2020 ˇ Watch out for these red flags with fake debt collection agencies ... amount of pressure to get you to pay immediately, particularly if they use scare tactics.1.
Jan 24, 2020 ˇ Stop using scare tactics in an attempt to make Americans distrust real journalists. ... also been onstage at Trump rallies, dismissing the real press as “fake news.
Jan 31, 2020 ˇ Novel Coronavirus Phishing Scam Uses Scare Tactics to Spread Emotet Trojan ... A novel coronavirus phishing campaign has been detected that uses a fake ...
6 days ago ˇ Study finds people who believe online scare stories are more likely to ignore health advice. ... Misinformation and fake news on social media during infectious disease outbreaks, including the ... Both tactics had some success, said Brainard.
6 days ago ˇ com, which are designed to trick people into downloading and installing rogue software by using scare tactics (displaying fake errors, alerts of viruses, and other  ...
Jan 24, 2020 ˇ Is this why SmileClub has so many good reviews? Scare Tactics? Guest Post ... Fake Advertising: Is Buck Mason USA stretching the truth about their GQ Quote?
6 days ago ˇ Fake or rogue software and FakeAlert Trojans are illegitimate security ... While these programs usually use scare tactics and behave aggressively, it may still be  ...