In Facebook-led coalition to fight fake news, French publishers face resource strain

This week Facebook revealed it has partnered with eight French media companies to fact-check and filter news articles that have been flagged by its users. The news follows a similar effort started by news coalition led by First Draft News. French publishers have welcomed the efforts but admit they are unsure if their already razor-thin newsroom resources will be overwhelmed. "This is a long battle," said Les Echos digital editor-in-chief Clémence Lemaistre. The post In Facebook-led coalition to fight fake news, French publishers face resource strain appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at 'Digiday'

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