We’ve all seen a tweet, a news story, a Facebook post, or something on the internet that just didn’t seem right. But how many times do we actually check the correctness of the information we come across on the internet? This week I have created a video which demonstrates just how easy it is to create and spread miss- and diss-information. An issue which, may seem harmless when simply making celebrities seemingly say funny things – but in an era of ‘Hashtag Activism‘ we must be aware of misleading or false information. Although social media has proven a very useful activism tool in cases such as #January25; we must be aware of individual’s power to capitalise on this tool – as seen in the controversial #Kony2012. This issue is so prevalent in fact, that the Washington Post had a column dedicated to it (which has now stopped.) So, do you believe everything you read on the internet? Comment below.