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Facebook will try to make sure you’ve read an article before you share it

Document Analysis NLP IA

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Summary (IA Generated)

Facebook is a platform designed for sharing, but with the amount of misinformation, fake news and just plain nonsense being shared on Facebook every day, it’s become a big problem.

If you try to share a news article link that you haven’t opened, Facebook will show a prompt encouraging you to open it and read it.

Starting today, we’re testing a way to promote more informed sharing of news articles.

If you go to share a news article link you haven’t opened, we’ll show a prompt encouraging you to open it and read it, before sharing it with others.

Facebook’s initiative follows a similar feature Twitter started testing in June 2020.

Facebook is different from Twitter in many ways, but Twitter’s results are still a decent indicator that this kind of nudging will make users think twice before sharing something they haven’t read.


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