digital globe: how to avoid fake news in your career and lifeThe internet is awash with fake news, from the latest social media stories to the latest polls and polls for prime minister.

But what do you do if you’re on the other side of the internet, and find yourself unable to digest any of it?

How do you avoid being duped into buying into anything?

I have to say, it is a tough job, I have to think.

It’s an extremely demanding job.

It is not something I have ever done before, but I am confident I can manage.

But what is it about the internet that makes it so dangerous?

I think the main reason is that it is so much easier to be deceived than to be informed.

You can be fooled into buying something that you really don’t want.

You have no idea what the facts are, you just have this vague feeling that something is true, that you can trust it.

You can be duped by anything.

The internet is the easiest place in the world to be fooled.

You get a flood of information in an instant, and it takes you hours to digest all of it.

I have been doing this for more than a decade, but the internet has not always been so easy to navigate.

I started my career in the mid-1990s, and the first few years I was a little skeptical about the potential dangers of the technology.

But it wasn’t until my senior year of college, when I started to see the rise of blogs, that I really started to get concerned about the risks.

The fact that it was possible to find things and articles on the internet was not a good sign.

In college, I took a class called “The Web of Lies” that focused on “digital hoaxes”.

We were doing online surveys and we were asking people what they thought were the most common digital hoaxes that people were perpetrating online.

A lot of these were fake news sites, which are sites that make claims that are not true, but which they are trying to get clicks on and that are based on some false premise.

The vast majority of them are fake.

I remember in the class, we were trying to figure out why people were spreading these things on the web, and what we could do about it.

In the end, we came up with a theory that there was some sort of social media element to it, that people on the social media sites were using these sites to spread fake news.

We then tested this theory in real-life scenarios.

One of the results was that it worked pretty well.

The majority of people were just surprised by the results.

The lesson that we learned was that, if we want to protect ourselves from false information, we need to use different kinds of tools.

We need to be aware of it, but also we need a better understanding of it and how to use it.

I think this was something that I had to work on as I got to work at a different company.

I wanted to be a digital strategist, so I developed some strategies to help people understand what fake news was and what to do to combat it.

My first job as a digital strategy director at a global tech company was at the time of the Snowden revelations.

We were working with clients that had a lot of data that we were using to understand the patterns of what people were doing on social media.

And one of the things that we found out was that people really liked to share false information.

They would share things that were completely false and then say, “Well, this is why I am sharing this because I think it is going to help my friends.”

So we started to look at how to make sure that people could actually learn from that and actually engage with that.

We found that it had a very positive impact on the company, because it allowed us to actually get people to talk to their employees, because they didn’t have to go through that process anymore.

People were really happy that we actually were actually talking to them.

I remember one of my first tasks was to come up with ways that we could use social media to engage with employees and to make them aware of the false information that they were seeing.

We were not the only ones that were doing that.

A couple of my colleagues at a technology company came up to me after I had started my new job.

They said, “You know, we had to make a change because we were seeing this fake news everywhere.”

And it was just an eye-opener.

I thought to myself, “That’s the first time that you’ve ever seen this in your entire career.”

And that’s what made me really excited about what I wanted my next job to be.

As I grew my career and the amount of data we were getting, I began to notice that the data that I was gathering had become more and more accurate.

I began looking at the people who were sharing these fake news stories.

I realized that the people sharing these stories