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Facebook Vice President for Global Public Order Joel Kaplan and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg leave the Elysee Presidential Palace after meeting French President Emmanuel Macron on May 23, 2018 in Paris, France.
Facebook has reportedly killed a feature, according to a Sunday Wall Street Journal report.
Facebook has tried other ideas to prevent the spread of misinformation on its website Users can distinguish quality information from less good sources. It has added a number of third-party fact-based auditors to facilitate the classification of information in the news feed and to give context to the source of various articles. The program has faced its own criticisms, including the fact that it can only check a limited amount of information based on the capacity of its fact checker.
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