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  • NinjaKlaus
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    Why should the platform take responsibility? I don't understand that question, people should be responsible for peddling bullshit and lies on purpose, No company should be required to be a moral compass and you don't want them too. I don't like fake news any more than the next guy, I also hate the name fake news instead of a fictional, but I don't believe that there should be an internet police, and if one site starts it then they all do and suddenly it's a whole filter thing.

  • DemiGod
    +2

    While their new methods may lead users to share fewer falsehoods, Facebook may also become further subject to accusations that they are the real purveyor of fake news.

    • gladsdotter
      +4

      Beware that copying and pasting a comment directly from the article makes you look like a bot.

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