Facebook doesn't want to be an "arbiter of truth," but will verify the identities of people behind popular Pages - techbrinks

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Friday, 29 May 2020

Facebook doesn't want to be an "arbiter of truth," but will verify the identities of people behind popular Pages


This week President Trump signed an executive order meant to limit the legal protections that have prevented social media platforms from being held liable for user-generated content. The move came right after Twitter started labeling some of his tweets with a fact-check warning -- an action he described as interference...

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