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by iMediaEthics Staff on Jul 24, 2008

Why hoax?

BBC News' Mark Easton writes: "Some hoaxes are for financial gain. Others for revenge or to make some political point....

by iMediaEthics Staff on Jul 03, 2008

Fauxtography Update

From the Weekly Standard, L'Affaire Enderlin: Being a French journalist means never having to say you're sorry by Anne-Elisabeth "France...

by iMediaEthics Staff on Jun 12, 2008

Al-Durra Hoax Case:

SnapShots reports: "It's hard to exaggerate the significance of Mohammed al-Durra, the 12-year-old Palestinian boy allegedly killed by Israeli bullets on...