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Designing Against Misinformation – Facebook Design

Designing Against Misinformation – Facebook Design

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we found that there were four ways the original disputed flags experience could be improved... Disputed flags buried critical information ... could sometimes backfire...
Requiring two false ratings slowed down our ability to provide additional context and often meant that we weren’t able to do so at all....
We only applied Disputed flags to “false” ratings because it was a strong visual signal, but people wanted more context regardless of the rating...
we did find that the Related Articles treatment led to fewer shares of the hoax article than the disputed flag treatment.

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