How do you know what’s real and what’s fake?

Tech giants are always in the spotlight these days, and it’s no different in the world of news and technology.

So when the BBC’s Andrew Marr asked about the difference between real news and fake, he got a big response.

Marr said that he’s a fan of fake news, and that fake news often uses “misleading language, exaggerated or exaggerated figures, and exaggerated images” to convey its message.

He said that when he heard about “fake news” being used to create fake stories, he wanted to find out how it works and why.

The BBC decided to do a quick test to see if Marr was right.

What we found out is that “fake” news is not all that different to the fake news we see in the real world.

Fake news can be very powerful, and sometimes it can be used as a weapon.

In fact, the BBC found that people who had received fake news in the past were less likely to be “confident in their ability to identify fake news,” and that people were more likely to believe fake news if they knew that it was real.

But how do fake news and other fake news fall under the umbrella of the fake article?

What do fake articles look like?

Here’s a look at some of the more popular fake articles and what the difference is between the real and fake news.