The site could then alert those who want to share a troublesome article that its source is questionable. Detector.”) In a 36-hour hackathon, a group of college students created a similar Chrome browser extension that indicates whether the website the article comes from is on a list of verified reliable sites, or is instead unverified.One developer, for example, has created an extension to the Chrome browser that indicates when a website you’re looking at might be fake. These extensions present their alerts while people are scrolling through their newsfeeds.
Discerning truth from falsehood, however, can be daunting.
Facebook is not alone in raising concerns about its ability – and that of other tech companies – to judge the quality of news.
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View the full list The public gets a lot of its news and information from Facebook. That presents a problem for the site’s users, and for the company itself.
Facebook cofounder and chairman Mark Zuckerberg said the company will find ways to address the problem, though he didn’t acknowledge its severity.
And without apparent irony, he made this announcement in a Facebook post surrounded – at least for some viewers – by fake news items.
Other technology-first companies with similar power over how the public informs itself, such as Google, have worked hard over the years to demote low-quality information in their search results.
But Facebook has not made similar moves to help users.
What could Facebook do to meet its social obligation to sort fact from fiction for the 70 percent of internet users who access Facebook?
Facebook says it is a technology company, not a media company.