RIGA - As part of Facebook’s fight against misinformation, Facebook has partnered with independent, third-party fact-checkers around the world, who review and rate the accuracy of content, said Jacob Turowski, head of Facebook Public Policy for Baltic Countries and Poland.
Facebook is announcing the launch of the third-party fact-checking program in Latvia and Estonia, and expansion in Lithuania with Re:Baltica and Delfi, which will join Facebook's current partner 15min.lt.
"When a fact-checker rates a story as false, we show it low...
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