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Separating Social Media's Fact From Fiction Amid Crisis

Apr 16, 2013 (Talk of the Nation) — In the moments following the twin explosions at the Boston Marathon, many of the initial reports disseminated through social media proved to be false. Jeremy Stahl, social media editor for Slate.com, shares his rules for social media responsibly in the midst of tragic, breaking news.

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