Frequently share fake posts on Facebook, change habits, and be difficult

Sharing duplicate and misleading content on social media platform Facebook can get you into trouble. Facebook will now take tough action against users who repeatedly share false information and fake news on its platform. As of now, users receive notifications about sharing content with a fact-check rating on Facebook, but now the company has redesigned these notifications for better understanding.

‘Users do not see false information on our platform’
Facebook stated, ‘We are launching new ways to give users the right information so they can know that the content they share is rated by fact-checkers. In addition, we take tough action against users who constantly share false information on Facebook. Whether it is a misleading and misleading issue about the Kovid-19 or the vaccine, or related to climate change, elections or anything else. We make sure that users do not see misinformation on our platform.

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Newsfeed distribution will be banned
Facebook now limits Newsfeed distribution of posts by users who share false information rated by their fact-checking partners. In addition, Facebook is also launching a new tool that lets users search for fact-checker content.

Rated content is also strict on sharing pages
The company said, “Before users like the page, we want to let them know that the content has been repeatedly rated by the truth-checker from that page.

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Be able to hide like numbers
Facebook has made another change in its platform. Facebook now gives users the option to hide ‘Like’ numbers in a post. In the new post section given in Settings, users will see the option to hide Like.

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