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How Facebook's early effort to stamp out fake news works, and why it's stumbling

Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday, 31 October 2017
How Facebook's early effort to stamp out fake news works, and why it's stumblingSite's fact-checking partners say process is too cumbersome and inefficient to stop misinformation duplicating and spreading.
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