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Flake

Slang; in auto sales, a term for a non-creditworthy customer with a small or no down payment. Flake customers are very high risk for the seller, and likely will not obtain financing.
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In Cyprus, as in the other 27member states, on average, seven in 10 respondents perceive fake news to be a problem in their country.
You can curtail fake news by identifying the potential sites by auditing them through Google's ad-servers or Facebook technology.
Meanwhile, and in order to raise awareness and institutionalize citizens' knowledge in differentiating between real news and fake news, the Education Ministry has started a media literacy program in 8,000 Italian high schools.
SSP Investigation Nisar Khan said that police are investigating whether the fake currency was used in any terrorist activities.
These fake news stories have also mutated into fake videos and audio clips that have been recklessly shared and re-shared.
The survey question on the GOP website was: "Who would you crown the ultimate KING OF FAKE NEWS of 2017?
According to documents seen by BBC Radio 4's File on Four programme, more than 3,000 fake Axact qualifications were sold to UK-based buyers in 2013 and 2014, including master's degrees, doctorates and PhDs.
Following the recommendations furnished by the inquiry committee, it was ordered to get the money back from such fake employees who got their salaries.
According to the report, organized crime groups have used the fake money produced by the forgers in Kermanshah.
In recent times, a new term has emerged: fake news.
Such was the success of their illegal enterprise that their fake drugs were outselling the real ones.
Fake news is nothing new--we have long been exposed to propaganda, tabloid news, and satirical reporting.