Fact check: Spotting 6 fakes at Euro 2024

Fact check: Spotting 6 fakes at Euro 2024

The Euro 2024 in Germany has brought with it a wave of fake news and misinformation circulating on social media. From bizarre Putin chants to goalkeeper Manuel Neuer allegedly being beaten up, rumors and falsehoods have spread like wildfire.

In a video by DW News, viewers are taken through a fact-checking process, debunking six common fakes related to the tournament. The video aims to educate the public on how to spot misinformation and encourage critical thinking when consuming news online.

With the rise of social media and the spread of fake news, it is more important than ever for individuals to be vigilant and verify information before believing and sharing it. By being informed and discerning consumers of news, we can help combat the spread of falsehoods and ensure that accurate information prevails.

Watch the video by DW News

Video “Fact check: Spotting 6 fakes at Euro 2024 | DW News” was uploaded on 07/06/2024 to Youtube Channel DW News