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Facebook will now show a warning before you share articles about COVID-19 – The Verge

To help prevent the spread of misinformation and out-of-date news articles
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Facebooks latest attempt to help combat the spread of potentially harmful COVID-19 misinformation involves a new notification screen that will provide more context about an article or other link, like when it was first shared and its source.
The goal, Facebook says, is to help people understand the recency and source of the content before they share it and to direct people to our COVID-19 Information C…

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