Facebook officially launched its standalone Facebook News tab in June 2020. The tab allows users to view news from local, regional and national outlets in a single place. If you come across a story you don't want to see in this News tab, our guide will show you how to hide it. Note: These screenshots
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Articles from The New York Times will no longer appear in the Apple News app. Today, the NYT announced that it is ending its partnership with Apple News. The issue seems to be that while other services, like Google News, send readers to publishers’ w
The Atlantic has just published my new article on Trump's coronavirus immigration restrictions, which have made America more closed to immigrants than at any previous time in history. Here is an excerpt from the beginning:
Labour leader sacks Rebecca Long Bailey for sharing article containing "anti-Semitic conspiracy theory"
Boeing's Communications Chief resigned Thursday following an employee complaint over a 1987 article opposing women serving in military combat.
Meghan Markle is suing MailOnline's owner over an article in The Mail On Sunday which reproduced parts of a handwritten note she had sent to her father Thomas Markle in August 2018.
The feature is rolling out globally from today to reduce the spread of misinformation. Users will see a pop-up message when they press 'Share' under the old content.
It’s happened to all of us. We see a friend or relative share a seemingly topical bit of news with a clicky headline on Facebook, only to open the link and find out it was written three years ago and contains outdated information. Sighs. Thankfully, that should soon happen a lot less. Starting today, Facebook is rolling out a feature that will warn users before they share an article over 90 days old. You’ll see the notification if you click the share button on an old article, but it’s not clear...
Facebook added to its ongoing efforts to provide context on content shared via its platform with a new notification screen that alerts people who are about to share articles that are over 90 days old. People can still proceed and share the article if they believe doing so is relevant. Vice president of News Feed
Facebook has revealed that it will now alert users if an article they are about to share is old to prevent outdated news misleading people.