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  • Twitter leans on community to fact-check political posts
  • Twitter leans on community to fact-check political posts
    Daniel Tafjord (2020) ©
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Twitter leans on community to fact-check political posts

To tackle misinformation, Twitter is launching a community of fact-checkers to analyse content posted by politicians and other influential people. In doing so, the company is looking to become a voice of reason at a time when many people are struggling to understand who or what to believe.

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