Facebook and Google Struggle to Squelch 'Crisis Actor' Posts


        The resilience of misinformation, despite efforts by the tech
        behemoths to eliminate it, has become a real-time case study
        of how the companies are constantly a step behind in stamping
        out the content. At every turn, trolls, conspiracy theorists
        and others have proved to be more adept at taking advantage of
        exactly what the sites were created to do -- encourage people
        to post almost anything they want -- than the companies are at
        catching them.

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Again, more proactive human action is required before these posts are
publicly viewed. And yet again, my earlier post about this:


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