'Blurry railway platform': Photo by Reginar on Unsplash Facebook tries more tactics to block misinformation April 10th, 2019|Tags: facebook, online platforms|On Wednesday April 10, 2019, Axios wrote:More fact-checking, more algorithm tweaks, more outside consultation are in the cards for the social network.Read the original article at axios.comRelated Posts:Bitcoin Cash experienced a 2-block reorganization…Block.one, the firm behind EOS, launches social…China's technology tactics irk its trading partnersFacebook’s former CSO says that the US must ‘come… Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditEmail About the Author: Axios Smart, efficient news worthy of your time, attention, and trust Axios has recently written 10 articles on similar topics including facebook:"The Kiva Refugee Investment Fund is a lending vehicle aimed at impact investors seeking a positive return". (June 23, 2019)"In 2013, Mark Zuckerberg decided he was going to reinvent the smartphone. Facebook Money will probably go the way of the Facebook Phone". (June 23, 2019)"The House Financial Services Committee's Rep. Maxine Waters is even calling for a hearing". (June 19, 2019)"It isn't allowing privacy or antitrust concerns to thwart its ambitions". (June 18, 2019)"The company's Libra coin will be backed by an independent foundation and is expected to launch next year". (June 18, 2019)"Libra sheds much of the crypto-world's counter-culture origins in hopes of actually being used". (June 18, 2019)"A motley group of policymakers calling to reconsider legal protections for tech companies". (June 14, 2019)"The video platform wants solid rules to govern its content moderation, but a looser system could work better". (June 12, 2019)"With Google and Facebook facing mounting heat, Apple has positioned itself as a privacy-respecting alternative". (June 5, 2019)"Tim Cook says the company is "moving privacy protections forward."". (June 4, 2019) Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.