Unfortunately, we have to warn you that scammers are looking to make some money off the back of the disappearance of Flight MH370 via the usual social media channels.
We've also seen numerous fake video pages in circulation on sites such as Twitter and Facebook with a variety of horribly attention grabbing headlines (there are bound to be others):
"Shocking Video: Malaysian Airlines missing flight MH370 found at sea"A lot of these links are naturally being posted to Facebook accounts, but there's a fair bit of Twitter spam going around too:
"Malaysian Airplane MH370 Already Found. Shocking Video Release Today by CNN"
"Plane has been spotted somewhere near Bermuda triangle. Shocking videos released today. CNN news"
"MH370 Malaysia plane has been found. Shocking videos released today. Last video of passengers crying released"
Elsewhere, we have this:
As the mystery of what actually happened to Flight MH370 continues to deepen, you can expect to see more of this over the coming weeks.
Please don't contribute to the sharing of these fake news links being posted, and if you want to know what is going on stick to reputable news sources that you trust.
Anything asking you to share content or like something before watching a "shocking video", or asking you to complete surveys, is likely going to end up being a scam. There are more than enough genuine news sources out there to be able to confirm or debunk a supposedly breaking story with a few minutes clicking.
We can’t do much about the individuals happy to trade on someone else’s misery but we can certainly contribute towards putting a dent in their moneymaking ambitions.