Facebook, which made its public debut in 2006, has since become one of the world’s most powerful brands and is the most-liked website on the planet.
But what started out as a popular way to share news and news stories has turned into a huge platform for misinformation, misinformation, and outright lies.
In fact, Facebook is now widely regarded as a platform that is not only used to spread misinformation, but is also being used to promote misinformation, with a recent survey finding that about 20 percent of the sites users visit are misleading.
In order to combat misinformation, Facebook has built a network of groups dedicated to addressing it, such as “Facebook News”, which is a network dedicated to debunking and exposing fake news stories.
However, as we’ve seen in the past few years, Facebook’s “trending news” section is rife with misinformation.
In fact, the trending news section of Facebook, and its associated hashtags are so popular, that they are used to share misinformation on Facebook by at least 30 percent of its users, according to research from the Pew Research Center.
For example, when we look at the top trending news articles from July 1 to August 7 of this year, we see that more than 1.4 million of those articles had been promoted by fake news articles.
In other words, the Facebook News section has become a hub for misinformation on the platform.
So what can you do about it?
For the first time, Facebook created a trending news “category” to be used to categorize news stories that are deemed to be “fake news” or “untrue”.
The trending news category is a collection of news articles that have been featured in Facebook’s trending news news section.
As mentioned earlier, this has led to a large increase in the amount of misinformation being shared by users on Facebook.
It is likely that many of the misinformation articles shared by Facebook users have been shared by other users in the Facebook community, and some of the information may be accurate.
As Facebook continues to add more content to the trending News section, it is possible that more fake news will appear.
For example, a recent article by the Huffington Post, which reported that Facebook had banned more than 40,000 fake news websites, is one example of misinformation that has been promoted to the news feed of Facebook users.
However, there are several steps that you can take to help combat misinformation on your Facebook account.
Here are some tips to help you fight misinformation on and off Facebook.1.
Hide false information that you’re not aware of.
For the most part, misinformation on social media is not very hard to find.
It may seem like it is a small matter to hide misinformation, so many of us may not even think twice about doing so.
However if you see something that you believe to be inaccurate, you need to be careful not to ignore it.
You may want to check if it has been previously shared by a user, or if it is currently being shared in Facebook News.
The same goes for posts that are about a topic that you would be unlikely to share in Facebook, such a business or political topic.
You can also flag a post for review if it appears to be misleading or false.2.
Ask the right questions.
While it is certainly helpful to ask the right question when a Facebook user shares misinformation, you also need to make sure to ask them questions about the topic you are discussing.
For instance, if you are not familiar with the topic, you may be surprised to learn that some of these posts have been reported as false, and in fact, they are accurate.3.
Avoid sharing misinformation on a topic you have not heard of.
If you are unfamiliar with a topic, it might be tempting to simply share misinformation that you have heard about.
For the most extreme cases, you can post the misinformation to a forum where people can post opinions and opinions are the only thing that matters.
However this will likely only work if the misinformation you are sharing is well-considered and is based on factual information, such information that is readily available online.
For instance, you could post a story about how the federal government is trying to censor the internet and how they are trying to take over Facebook, but you might want to ask yourself whether it is true or not.
If it is, you should remove the post from your Facebook News feed, and if not, you might also want to flag it for review.4.
Don’t click through to a post to see the misinformation.
This is not the only place where misinformation is shared on Facebook, however, it does appear that the platform is becoming a breeding ground for misinformation.
It has been found that Facebook News has been used by at-risk teens to share posts about rape, bullying, and violence.
It’s also been reported that some teens have been promoting the “rape culture” narrative on Facebook to get attention.
There are a few ways you can fight misinformation.1, You can report content that is offensive or dangerous.