Money Smart: Clickbait

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Be wary of clickbait. You see a picture or link on the world wide web, whether on Facebook or Twitter and you just have to click on it because it draws your attention.

But when you get to the site, you realize clickbait lured you there. Social platforms like Facebook say they've had enough.

In the past, they've changed their algorithm and now they're changing the news you see on your timeline by filtering out fake news headlines.