Grand Chute Police receives a few hoax crime reports each year, which often lead to misleading social media posts. UW-Green Bay Communications Chair Phillip Clampitt advises us to fact-check before posting or forwarding as false reports may cause distress in communities. “Realize that many people are using social media for self aggrandizement or for entertainment purposes,” Clampitt says, “Particularly, something that could spread fear or concern in a community.” Read the full story on Fox11.
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