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Law enforcement organizations are promoting a new film about children being exploited into sharing sexual images and videos. But many of the film's key claims lack context. Nicole Xu for NPR hide caption

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Untangling Disinformation

How law enforcement is promoting a troubling documentary about 'sextortion'

Law enforcement organizations are promoting a new film about children being exploited into sharing sexual images and videos. But many of the film's key claims lack context.

Law enforcement organizations are promoting a new film about children being exploited into sharing sexual images and videos. But many of the film's key claims lack context. Nicole Xu for NPR hide caption

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Nicole Xu for NPR

Untangling Disinformation

How law enforcement is promoting a troubling documentary about 'sextortion'

11 min

How law enforcement is promoting a troubling documentary about 'sextortion'

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Rob De Maria says he recently lost a friend to an overdose. Jasmine Garsd/NPR hide caption

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Are harsher fentanyl sentences the solution to the opiate crisis? Experts say no

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Villano Antillano grew up surrounded by salsa, rock and reggaeton in Puerto Rico. With those influences under her belt, she's become one of the most exciting rappers in the Latin music scene. Courtesy of La Buena Fortuna hide caption

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Music Interviews

For Puerto Rico's Villano Antillano, femininity is a shield — and a superpower

7 min

For Puerto Rico's Villano Antillano, femininity is a shield — and a superpower

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