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Both Google and Facebook tightens the conditions for the sites, which publishes fake news.
In debate after the us elections has, among others, New York magazine argued that the false news spread on social media has impacted the election results.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg responded to the criticism in a long post, where among other things, he wrote that 99 percent of what users see on Facebook is authentic, and that the social network has contributed to that two million americans registered to vote.
She is not convinced that the responsibility to fix the problems with false news, shall lie solely with companies such as Google and Facebook.
But at the same time, you don't want to give them more power to decide what will be published on their platforms.