Some video is taken out of context; other content is deceptively edited or, in the worst instances, deliberately altered.’

The Washington Post says manipulated media comes in three forms:

  • Missing context
  • Deceptive editing
  • Malicious transformation

The Post provides a special page with examples of each as part of it DIY guide to detecting fakery in news content and sourcing.


Introducing The Fact Checker’s guide to manipulated video
THE WASHINGTON POST | June 25, 2019 | by Glenn Kessler