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Sunday, November 27, 2016

Internet Mogul Living In Squatter Fearful of FBI; Inability To Tell Fake News From Real

$7.5 Billion Fraud In Online Advertising. How Much Did YOU Lose?; 3 Israeli companies that could revolutionize the car; Six months ago, they were unemployed restaurant workers. Now, they make tens of thousands of dollars a month making up "news"; Could New Research Put an End to Dental Visits? Cell Phone Inventor on Startups, Success and Sparks of Genius; Hatchimals stockpile is surprise windfall for Arizona brothers;  Your Filter Bubble is Destroying Democracy and .. 5 signs your local real estate market is a bubble


  1. Owen Frager
    Stanford researchers found that students from middle school to college struggled to distinguish ads from articles, neutral sources from biased ones and fake accounts from real ones. https://lnkd.in/e5yWPUG?
    Students Have 'Dismaying' Inability To Tell Fake News From Real, Study Finds
  2. Owen Frager
    If you're thinking of buying, it's important to have a sense of the signs that point to a real estate bubble. Here are five of them. http://cnnmon.ie/2g0IRDx via AOL Finance
    5 signs your local real estate market is a bubble
  3. Owen Frager
    Robots: If You Think The Working Class Is Angry Now, Take A Look At What Lies Ahead
  4. Owen Frager
    Brothers Mike and Stan Zappa invested $5,000 on a small stockpile of 100 Hatchimals. They've sold 30 on eBay and already recouped their investment on this year's hottest toy.
    Hatchimals stockpile is surprise windfall for Arizona brothers
  5. Owen Frager
    Six months ago, they were unemployed restaurant workers. Now, they make tens of thousands of dollars a month making up "news" for their devoted Trump-loving readership. "We're the new yellow journalists."
    Inside a Long Beach Web operation that makes up stories about Trump and Clinton: What they do for clicks and cash


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