Facebook's fake news experiment backfires - BBC News


23 bookmarks. First posted by audrey november 2017.


Tech solutions (naive or complex) won't solve the fake news problem: "Facebook's fake news experiment backfires"
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november 2017 by tguemes
RT : there πŸ‘ is πŸ‘ no πŸ‘ algorithmic πŸ‘ solution πŸ‘ to πŸ‘ the πŸ‘ problem πŸ‘ of πŸ‘ misinformation πŸ‘
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november 2017 by drzax
A Facebook test that promoted comments containing the word fake to the top of news feeds has been criticised by users. The trial, which Facebook says has now…
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november 2017 by nikchia
Only real thing preventing Facebook from being gut-clenchingly terrifying is how bad it is at literally everything
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november 2017 by alexhern
Facebook's fake news experiment backfires
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november 2017 by karsh
A Facebook test that promoted comments containing the word fake to the top of news feeds has been criticised by users.
The trial, which Facebook says has now concluded, aimed to prioritise "comments that indicate disbelief".
It meant feeds from the BBC, the Economist, the New York Times and the Guardian all began with a comment mentioning the word fake.
november 2017 by jbenton
what a totally unexpected backfire to me, engineer who has clearly never used the product or internet
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november 2017 by AramZS
RT : does anyone with a brain work at facebook
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november 2017 by KMcGrane
I asked this at , , , & : Where tf are Facebook’s content strategists?
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november 2017 by thebestsophist
A Facebook test that promoted comments containing the word fake to the top of news feeds has been criticised by users. The trial, which Facebook says has now…
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november 2017 by mathewi
Facebook responds helpfully to the climate of mass distrust of journalism by…promoting comments expressing distrust
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november 2017 by newsmary
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november 2017 by maura
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november 2017 by girma
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november 2017 by kohlmannj
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november 2017 by _1134
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november 2017 by mdrovdahl
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november 2017 by rboone
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november 2017 by eh
The trial, which Facebook says has now concluded, aimed to prioritise "comments that indicate disbelief". It meant feeds from the BBC, the Economist, the New York Times and the Guardian all began with a comment mentioning the word fake. via Pocket
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november 2017 by Werderbach