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Here's an overview of the five types you learned about in the Misinformation lesson:
Satire is the use of humor or exaggeration to critique or mock a person, organization or policy.
False context is misinformation that takes an image, quote or other piece of content and puts it into a new, false context to change its meaning.
Imposter content uses a well-known name, brand or logo to fool people into believing that it is authentic content.
Manipulated content is a type of misinformation in which something is altered from the original.
Fabricated content is misinformation that is entirely made up and designed to deceive you into thinking that it’s real.