In a world where the world is being overrun by fake news, fake news bots, and fake news outlets, it’s important to be smart.
For some people, it can be difficult to differentiate the real from the fake news.
It can be challenging to understand the difference between a bot and an algorithm.
This week on MSNBC, host Melissa Harris-Perry breaks down the process of removing white hats from the world.
“So I was walking down the street and somebody said, ‘Hey, Melissa, do you want a cup of coffee?'” said Melissa Harris, a white hat expert from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
“I thought, oh my god, what’s wrong with me?”
Harris-Perrie explained that it’s possible to remove white hats and still have the real thing.
“And then the next day I’m walking through a coffee shop and the coffee shop owner goes, ‘What’s wrong?’
I said, oh, I don’t know.
And he goes, I know, and I go, what are you going to do about it?'”
Harris-Pryor said it’s best to avoid automated white hats that are spreading fake news as they spread across social media and get them removed.
“If you’re a white-hat user, there’s a good chance that it will spread,” Harris-Prey said.
“So you want to be very careful about that.
And then if it spreads, you can remove it.”
Harris-Parry explained that if you’re trying to remove fake news from your feed, it could take a few hours for it to be removed.
It’s important that you remove your white hats because the real world is not the one you are viewing.
“You don’t want your real world world to be the one where fake news is coming from,” Harris said.
She added that it can take hours for a white person to remove their white hat from their feed.
“It takes time, it takes time to get all those algorithms, they take time to read all those things and understand all those nuances,” Harris told the hosts.
“It’s not a simple task to do, and it’s certainly not as easy as it seems.”
Harris-Parrey added that white hats can be a great tool to help protect yourself.
“I always keep my white hat on me at all times, and there’s nothing that’s going to stop me from taking it off,” Harris added.
“White hats, they’re great.
They’re a great way to defend yourself.”
Harris Parry said she’s been using the tool since 2015.
She said it makes her feel better when someone misrepresents her views.
“My white hat has helped me through so many years of the fake-news attack,” Harris Parry added.
“What it’s done for me is really helped me be more careful and not be so gullible.”