Curbing Fake News

“I thought they’d fact-check it, and it’d make them look worse,” said Horner. “I mean that’s how this always works: Someone posts something I write, then they find out it’s false, then they look like idiots.” Facebook’s struggle with ‘fake news’ underscores the urgent need for a new social media legal framework, warned experts. “It’s […]

via Facebook’s ‘fake news’ highlights need for social media revamp, say experts — Beaver Creek Studio Blog

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