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Facebook will no longer recommend health groups

engadget Thursday, 17 September 2020
Facebook says that groups dedicated to health-related topics are no longer eligible to appear in recommendations. The update is part of the company’s latest effort to fight misinformation. “To prioritize connecting people with accurate health informa...
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