Adversaries use fake news to spread out disinformation and incorrect stories. They do this by publishing factually unreliable, or politically biased articles on blog sites that are designed to look like genuine news sites. They then share links to these articles on social networks, all of these articles typically have mind-blowing headings. These headlines which are considered clickbait, are created to interest individualss beliefs and feelings, and thus users will share links to these posts without understanding that they are propagating phony news. This strategy is effective enough to even fool accounts with great deals of followers, such as stars, political leaders, and news outlets. Once a report or lie has actually been spread in this method, it goes into the general publics awareness, and can be hard to refute at a later time, even if the claim is debunked. Thousands of brand-new phony social networks accounts are developed every day in order to perform these attacks. Social media accounts can be easily and cheaply bought online, in addition to a host of other things, such as fans, likes, retweets, YouTube views or anything else you can think of. There are even companies out there that can be paid to run disinformation campaigns. Because of this, social media networks are flooded with produced users and material, especially in the political arena. Considering that many fake accounts are in fact operated by hand, social network companies have trouble identifying them and thus have problem curbing these activities. Be careful of what you share, like, or retweet. Check the authenticity of the short article and the site it was posted on prior to deciding whether or not to share it if you come across a sensational headline.