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Stan Lee Calls For Accountability For 'Fake News'

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Stan Lee has taken to social media to call for "fake news" outlets to be held accountable for their actions, something that has caught the eye of the industry's press. According to Screenrant.com, the last few years have seen the issue of "fake news" become one of pressing social importance worldwide. In the United States, Elon Musk has recently announced plans to create a website called "Pravda" that allows the public to rate the "core truth" of articles and publications. This, in theory, would help people differentiate between real and "fake" news out there, and it would give visitors to the site an idea of how accurate different news sites are.

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