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The social network announced its new rules for ads on Tuesday, expanding a previous policy against ads touting vaccine hoaxes.
I thought I’d be having to deal with a lot more people thinking coronavirus is a hoax.
In the last 12 hours, the President had tweeted repeatedly about his poll numbers and various alleged hoaxes and conspiracies, but issued no statements about the tie-up between Oracle and TikTok.
Americans might have been less conflicted had they known that the baby incubator story was a hoax.
Within segments of the political blogosphere, global warming is dismissed as either a hoax or so uncertain as to be unworthy of response.
The fact that the whole affair subsequently proved to be a hoax would not in the least disturb Hunt.
It was another hoax, and a most daring and gigantic one, on the part of Jack and his friends, upon their long-suffering tutor.
The atmosphere is perfect for our hoax and several of us who are "in the know" feel sort of creepy as we wait for the next flash.
MY WONDERFUL VISITCHARLIE CHAPLIN
Almost immediately it was announced that the news of the victory had been a hoax.
DROSSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
Smiling in appreciation of the proposed hoax the widow took a step or two.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB

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