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Curbing misinformation on social media ahead of the U.S. election

CBS News Friday, 16 October 2020
Social media platforms are making some last-ditch efforts to curb the spread of misinformation ahead of the U.S. presidential election. Axios reporter Sara Fischer joins CBSN to discuss how they're handling it.
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News video: A warning about voter misinformation

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A warning this morning about misinformation about the election that is spreading online. A new study found Social Media Influencers are a big contributor to this problem.

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