How to avoid the ‘social contagion’ of ‘fake news’

An article on a blog about “social contagions” says “the social contagion effect is real, but it’s not something we’re very worried about.”

Eronat Online Media wrote:┬áSocial contagion is real and is something that we’re concerned about.

We’re a little more aware of the effect of fake news online and social media and the impact that it has on our users, but we are concerned that it’s going to happen and we’re going to do everything in our power to mitigate it.

The blog, titled The Truth About Social Censorship, is not an official website for the company but the article states that it is the company’s official blog.

It states that they are “not affiliated with” the United States Secret Service or the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and says the site is a “viral destination for truth.”

“If you believe in our brand of journalism, you can be confident that Eronat will not be censoring you,” the post reads.

“Eronakos journalism is about helping the world see that truth is the power of the people.

Our mission is to make you feel comfortable, empowered, and empowered to be your best self.

We want you to see how much better you are than what you are and how much more you can make by being honest, transparent, and fair.

We can do that because we are the truth.

The truth is real.”

While the blog post states that Eronicat Online will not remove any content that they find “disrespectful,” the site says they will remove posts that they deem to be “inappropriate, harmful, or potentially harmful” to the individuals or organizations in the blog.

The post also warns against posting “trolls” or “jokes” that are “entirely inappropriate and that have the potential to harm our users.”

“This is our responsibility as a public company to ensure that our users are safe, secure, and secure from the dangers that we all face every day,” the blog says.

“If you see content that is not in line with this, you may report it to us at [email protected]

Read more at the Financial Post.

(Reporting by Jon Herskovitz; Editing by Andrew Hay)