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Exclusive: Echo chambers - Fake news fact-checks hobbled by low reach, study shows

Reuters Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
The European Union has called on Facebook and other platforms to invest more in fact-checking, but a new study shows those efforts may rarely reach the communities worst affected by fake news.
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