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So I want to make sure that when people read about these things, they know they're not there.
The story that Donald Trump had died of a heart attackfor instance, spread like wildfire on August 13, but digging through the history of the Donald Trump Wikipedia article suggests that the hoax never showed up there at all.
One of the things you see on Wikipedia: "citation needed. It has to be obscure, like a hipster album from the 70s that nobody gives a shit about.
There, you'll find links to all sorts of user-related topics that may be of use to you. If you think what you are contributing is in the public domain, say where you got it, either in the article or on the discussion page, and on the discussion page give the reason why you think it is in the public domain e.
And I got into a little bit of an editing conflict about that because I tried using the fake news site as a source about the fake news.