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Nag-share, nag-like ng maling impormasyon tungkol sa Covid-19 ‘hinahunting’ ng Facebook

By Leifbilly Begas April 17,2020
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Nag-share, nag-like ng maling impormasyon tungkol sa Covid-19 ‘hinahunting’ ng Facebook

By Leifbilly Begas April 17,2020
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Magpapadala ng notice ang Facebook sa mga user nito na nag-like, nag-comment o nag-share ng mga maling impormasyon kaugnay ng coronavirus disease 2019.
Sa isang post ni Guy Rosen, VP Integrity ng Facebook, sinabi nito na patuloy ang mga ginagawa nilang hakbang upang maalis sa FB ang mga maling impormasyon (https://about.fb.com/news/2020/04/covid-19-misinfo-update/).
Ang notice sa mga nag-share, like o comment sa mga misinformation ay makikita sa News Feed ng user.
“These messages will connect people to COVID-19 myths debunked by the WHO including ones we’ve removed from our platform for leading to imminent physical harm. We want to connect people who may have interacted with harmful misinformation about the virus with the truth from authoritative sources in case they see or hear these claims again off of Facebook. People will start seeing these messages in the coming weeks,” ani Rosen.
Mahigit sa dalawang bilyong user na umano ang naikonekta nila sa World Health Organization upang doon maghanap ng mga tamang impormasyon kaugnay ng COVID-19.
“But connecting people to credible information is only half the challenge. Stopping the spread of misinformation and harmful content about COVID-19 on our apps is also critically important.”
Nakikipagtulungan umano ang FB sa mahigit 60 fact-checking organizations upang bantayan ang mga content
“Once a piece of content is rated false by fact-checkers, we reduce its distribution and show warning labels with more context. Based on one fact-check, we’re able to kick off similarity detection methods that identify duplicates of debunked stories. For example, during the month of March, we displayed warnings on about 40 million posts related to COVID-19 on Facebook, based on around 4,000 articles by our independent fact-checking partners.”

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