While it may seem helpful to share on social media 'new' information posted online, if it turns out to be wrong it's harmful. By sharing rumors, at best, you may be adding confusion to the story. At worst, you may be spreading panic and fear.
There are many people writing rumors they've heard from people they know on social media, some of them genuinely believe what they are writing. It may be well-intentioned sharing, but ask yourself how many times are rumors and gossip about people actually 100% true? If someone genuinely thinks they have helpful information, it should be given to those working on the investigation first... and please look carefully at the sketch before turning in any fair-skinned, thin man with a prominent nose you know. The sketch of the Bangkok bombing suspect may seem vague, but there is visual information there.
Some bloggers are appointing themselves as amatuer journalists or detetectives for a variety of reasons: internet fame, money, excitement and/or to further their own agendas. These people only have their own interests in mind. Normally, we'd link to sources and demonstrate our point but in this case, no links. In almost every instance of blogs sharing 'new' information that turns out to be false, there are ads for revenue and clickbait titles. Try not to click when you see them, it only encourages them.
If you must share something clickbait-y, may we suggest:
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