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Reporting Misinformation

Misinformation is dangerous. Help keep the Cayman Islands safe. If you identify misinformation, report it.

Fake News Alert: Ministry of Education

Today, the Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports, Agriculture and Lands advises that there is no truth behind a message being circulated amongst the community which claims that the Cayman Islands Government is giving away free laptops to youths. The chain text message encourages persons to share to...

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Fake News Alert: Water Authority Cayman

Water Authority-Cayman is aware of a false message claiming that the water supply will be shut off due to contamination. This is completely untrue. The Authority’s water supply has not been compromised, and undergoes daily quality control testing to ensure its safety. The public is urged not to...

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How To Spot & Report Misinformation

There’s nothing new about fake news. But in times of uncertainty a lot more is circulated on social media and other channels.

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