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Facebook changing how it identifies 'fake news' stories
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21 December 2017
On 21 December 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Facebook says it is changing how it identifies 'fake news' stories on its platform to a more effective system. The social-media network had put 'disputed' labels on stories that fact-checkers found false. Instead, now it will bring up 'related articles' next to the false stories that give context from fact-checkers on the stories' problems. Facebook said Wednesday [20 December] that in its tests, fewer hoax articles were shared when they had fact-checkers' articles spooled up next to them ...
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