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Jealousy, Rumors, and Suspicion: How Facebook Disaster Groups Turn On Themselves

The Paradise Fire Adopt a Family Facebook group had almost 30,000 members helping and seeking help. Then it imploded.

ByBy the time Victoria Sinclaire pulled out of her driveway on the morning of November 8, 2018, the house next to hers was on fire.




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Colleen Hagerty

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Colleen Hagerty is a freelance multimedia journalist specializing in disaster reporting. More at .

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