A doctored video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi garnered some 2.8 million views on Facebook, YouTube and other social media platform before screeners caught the hoax.
YouTube removed some of the doctored versions, but Facebook has not.
The story prompts questions about how social media will handle altered footage for the 2020 election cycle.
Today on Tech Tuesday on All Sides, how videos are altered and why it matters.
Hany Farid, Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, Focus on Digital Forensics, Image Analysis
Mark Peterson, Director of External Affairs, FEMA
Jennifer Bowers, Communications Director, Red Cross Ohio Buckeye Region
Russell Holly, Contributing Editor Andriod Central