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YouTube fact-checking tool confuses flaming Notre Dame for 9/11 attack

The Age Monday, 15 April 2019
YouTube tool for battling misinformation failed, wrongly linking video of the falling spire of Notre Dame Cathedral to the September 11 attacks.
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News video: YouTube Links Notre-Dame Cathedral Fire To 9/11 On Accident

YouTube Links Notre-Dame Cathedral Fire To 9/11 On Accident 00:45

Notre-Dame Cathedral was struck by a devastating fire and YouTube had a mistake with a new feature. In the US and South Korea, Youtube accidentally displayed info panel related to the 9/11 attacks. The panels are meant to combat misinformation and conspiracy theories, reports Business Insider. The...

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