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.
‘Some video is taken out of context; other content is deceptively edited or, in the worst instances, deliberately altered.’
Introducing The Fact Checker’s guide to manipulated video
THE WASHINGTON POST | June 25, 2019 | by Glenn Kessler