How to Get Rid of ‘Fake News’ in Your News Feed

If you’ve ever been in a newsfeed, you may have seen that your favorite news stories have been flagged by social media companies as fake news.

Some of the news organizations that flagged the stories include BuzzFeed, Vox, Mashable, the BBC, CNN and The Washington Post.

But the problem is, fake news is not always the news that’s being posted.

There are countless examples of stories that are posted that are fake news, but it’s impossible to know for sure that these are all fake news because the information is often shared in ways that people have never seen before.

One way to get around this is to check your newsfeed.

While this method of checking your news feed is technically possible, it requires a little effort.

The simplest way to do this is by using the Facebook app.

Facebook is the social media platform that we use to share news.

Using the Facebook mobile app is similar.

It can be downloaded on iOS, Android and Windows phones.

The Facebook mobile apps let you browse your news feeds, and then use the search feature to find your favorite stories.

The Google News app is another option for finding news, and it lets you use the same search features to find and share articles.

But if you want to get started on finding news for your newsFeed, we’ve got some great articles for you to read.

If you haven’t already, you’ll need to register with Facebook to be able to do that.

Once you’ve registered, you can also use the Search feature in the app to find content that’s already been shared.

When you do that, you will see a list of articles and you can search for that content.

If the article has already been flagged, you won’t be able see any posts that have been shared using this method.

If there are posts on Facebook that are flagged, those posts will also not appear in your newsreader.

There’s also an option in the Facebook iOS app to filter for posts that are tagged with the word fake.

When that option is selected, those articles will be filtered out.

This option also has the same limitation as with the Facebook Android app, and you will only be able edit the articles that you want edited.

We also have a guide on how to use Facebook’s newsreader to see if an article is fake.

The article that we found in this guide was flagged by the Google News service as fake because it did not match a news article from BuzzFeed.

BuzzFeed’s content was not shared in the way that the Facebook article described, and neither was BuzzFeed’s description of the story.

We can’t know for certain that this article is a fake because there’s no way to verify that it’s a fake.

However, if you’re looking for news stories that have already been published by BuzzFeed, this is the article to read, and if you’ve seen the BuzzFeed article, you know that it was flagged.

You can read more about what we found by checking out our guide on what to do if you see a fake news story.