released new guidelines that outline how publishers can adapt to the company’s efforts to fight back against fake/false news and other low-quality content.
Head of News Feed Adam Mosseri unveiled the guidelines at an event this morning at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, where he said they don’t represent any changes to Facebook’s approach — they’re just a way for publishers to understand the strategy.
He added that Facebook’s efforts in this area are “targeted at bad actors.” But for legitimate publishers, the
guidelines can still be important to “make sure you don’t get caught up in the crosshairs.” They fall into the three broad areas.
First, there’s the importance of meaningful, informative content. For publishers, that means both understanding what their...Read details...
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