Craig notes he will give out a link with all the info later on.
Craig is going over ground rules for confirming authenticity: "Principles of verification." Date, time, content, speak to sources. Don't look at just one piece of content, or go to one source.
"Overall what we're talking about here is the skeptical, detective mindset" Craig says.
Craig is going over a big list of other tools in his "Debunker Toolkit." I can't load the link right now, but will add it when I can.
Types of fakes: 1) Real image, wrong context. 2) Composite of real images, 3) Fictional presented as factual, 4) Totally unbelievable.
Craig says the origin is often a mix of people in a situation feeling stressed and wanting a release, and people actually trying to get others to believe something that's fake. Others try to monetize fake news.