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This post was originally published on this sitesott.net/news Russian lawmakers have given tentative approval to bills prohibiting the spread of fake news online and punishing those who insult authorities with jail terms of up to 15 days, in measures the opposition says are aimed at curbing dissent.
Facebook says it will begin crack down on fake news that leads to violence.
Moscow has implemented tougher Internet legislation over the past five years, requiring search engines to delete some search results, messaging services to share encryption keys with security services, and social networks to store users’ personal data on servers within the country.
The social network has been accused of helping to spur violence in Myanmar, Sri Lanka and India. In recent days and Facebook executives, including founder Mark Zuckerberg, have been adamantly defending its policy of letting fake news live on the platform.
The social network has been accused of helping to spur violence in Myanmar, Sri Lanka and India. In recent days and Facebook executives, including founder Mark Zuckerberg, have been adamantly defending its policy of letting fake news live on the platform. On Wednesday (July 18), however, the company announced that it will start to take down some fake news—specifically, content that spark violence and result to physical harm and that includes both written posts and manipulated images and videos. The company (Facebook) has been accused seriously for its role in spreading misinformation that has led to violence in Myanmar and Sri Lanka and lynching of several people.
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