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Facebook To Try To Remove Viral Anti-Vaccination Stories

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Facebook To Try To Remove Viral Anti-Vaccination Stories

Facebook To Try To Remove Viral Anti-Vaccination Stories

Facebook may take steps to remove misleading anti-vaccine information from its social media platform.

Geek.com reports the company is still having issues with fake news spreading on its site.

Recently, information urging people to not vaccinate their children has gone viral on the platform, and Bloomberg reported it might have played a role in measles outbreaks across the U.S.

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