The tighter a video is clipped, the less inclined you should be to share it.
See a 5-second clip that makes you really angry? Take a deep breath and do 90 seconds of research before sharing.
Out-of-context videos: we’ve all seen them, most of us have fallen for them, and many of us have (wittingly or not) shared them. They’re not new, but they do seem to have become a bit more prevalent in the age of social media. Even worse: the way these clips target our emotional responses our biases make them even more likely to spread.
On August 31, 202…
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