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Facebook ‘Goes To War’ On Fake News

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Facebook ‘Goes To War’ On Fake News

Facebook ‘Goes To War’ On Fake News

Facebook has established a ‘War Room’ to tackle fake news in the run-up to the US midterm elections.

This is the company’s attempt to avoid the foreign interference experienced on social media platforms during the 2016 US presidential election.

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