Facebook will start fact-checking images and videos, the company said Thursday [fb.com], expanding its review efforts to posts that are traditionally harder to monitor.
"People share millions of photos and videos on Facebook every day. We know that this kind of sharing is particularly compelling because it's visual. That said, it also creates an easy opportunity for manipulation by bad actors," Facebook said in a blog post.
Edited photos and strong visuals were common among the posts by Russian agents attempting to interfere with the 2016 U.S. presidential election and other global elections, according to examples released by members of Congress [cnbc.com].
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