A tool to verify Tweet screenshots
Fake tweet images can be generated using a preset meme template from websites like: TweetGen, Prank Me Not and Simitator . Verification of such tweets takes a manual work to find the user, scroll through their timeline and matching. A viral fake tweet image can prove crucial at a time.
A fake tweet screenshot looks very convincing, misleading the general public. For example:
|Tweet 1||Tweet 2|
Verify Tweet attempts to resolve the problem by letting users upload such tweet screenshots and verify if the user actually tweeted or not. A combination of Image processing, Natural language processing as well as Twitter Search API makes this possible.
Installing via pip:
pip install verifytweet
Or via pipenv:
pipenv install verifytweet
verifytweet -f <path_to_image_file>
Verify Tweet is released under GNU Affero General Public License v3.0.
- [ ] Support for Image links
- [ ] Support for Tweets with replies
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