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Hoaxes and misinformation about the 2023 Women’s Soccer World Cup in Australia and New Zealand · Maldita.es

Hoaxes and misinformation about the 2023 Women’s Soccer World Cup in Australia and New Zealand · Maldita.es

From July 20 to August 20, 32 countries played in the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, which gave victory to the Spanish football team. But this match, as we have seen in other events, is not free from hoaxes. The photos were manipulated to make it appear that one of the players was not wearing underwear or false endorsements of equal pay laws. These are some of the scams that tried to get in.

No, this picture of a soccer player with no underwear is not real or current: it’s a collage of photos taken at the Tokyo Olympics.

In social networks A picture spreads It features a female soccer player playing with no underwear, which was aired as if it were happening during the 2023 Women’s Soccer World Cup. But it is a hoax: eThis is a montage and it is not current. In the original photo The 2021 Tokyo Olympics match between Australia and New Zealand on July 21 will be wearing underwear.

No, Yolanda Diaz isn’t saying she’s going to legislate female soccer players’ pay equal to male players.

“Yolanda Díaz promises to create a law that will regulate women’s salaries equal to men’s salaries.” A content from the account 24H on time And spreading as truth The announcement is said to have been made by Yolanda Dias, Minister of Labor and President of Sumer. But it was a hoax. There is no record of Yolanda Diaz claiming to make a law in this regard.

No, this video of the women’s soccer team chanting “Txapote vote for you” after their World Cup win isn’t real: it’s manipulated.

“Players of the Spanish women’s soccer team sing ‘Que te vote txapote’ in the locker room after winning the World Cup.” With this message A video airs where some of the national team players can be seen dancing in the locker room chanting “Txapote vote for you”. This is a hoax: Video manipulation. In the original recording the selection sings ‘Wacka Wacka’. From Shakira. The audio, which says “Txapote vote for you”, is similar to a video of a group of young people attending World Youth Day. Held in Lisbon.

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No, after the Women’s World Cup soccer final, this British royal guard didn’t sing Quivedo from the roof of Buckingham Palace.

In social networks A video goes viral A performance by a British royal guard on electric guitar A song by the Canarian singer Quevedo and Argentinian producer Bizarrap, Presumably after the final of the Women’s Soccer World CupSpain beat England 1-0. It’s a montage. From the original video festivities Queen Elizabeth II Platinum JubileeIn July 2022And The song the guard plays is actually British group Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody.