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India needs Facebook, Twitter anti-fake tools

India needs Facebook, Twitter anti-fake tools
India needs Facebook, Twitter anti-fake tools
Twitter prohibits attempts to use its services to manipulate or disrupt civic processes, a Twitter spokesperson said.

Synopsis

Trump and allies flooded social media on Wednesday with false claims of victory and unsupported allegations of voter fraud, testing Twitter’s and Facebook’s new rules on handling election-related misinformation.

Microblogging platform Twitter and social media giant Facebook have been urged to replicate in India their decisive actions to control false narratives during the United States presidential elections, by adding warning labels on posts, including that by US President Donald Trump.Trump and allies flooded social media on Wednesday with false claims of victory and unsupported allegations of voter fraud, testing Twitter’s and Facebook’s new rules on
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