Facebook announced that it will be launching third-party fact-checking in Arabic across the MENA region in partnership with Fatabyyano, an …
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Facebook has advertised for “news credibility specialists” to fact-check content that appears on its site, after accusations of bias and the ongoing controversy over fake news.
Facebook has recently announced that it will remove the ‘Trending’ topics feature that compiles popular news from its social network.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has once again warned UAE social media users against the potential legal implications of information on various online platforms.
The social media giant revealed on Monday that it is going to prioritise news stories that are specific to where the user lives, by identifying local publishers as those whose links are clicked on by readers in a tight geographic area
Zuckerberg’s resolutions in the past have included wearing a tie every day, learning Mandarin, meeting one person a day outside of Facebook and building a simple AI system to run his home.
Google has recently rolled out a new fact-checking tool, which will highlight articles in its search and news results that have been vetted and identified as to whether it is factual or fabricated.
The German government has recently approved fines of up to EUR 50 million against social media platforms that fail to remove illicit and fake content by users.