The most popular social networking site is introducing new notifications that will let users know that a post they like, share or comment on has been deleted for harmful information regarding code 19. This is a new addition to Facebook’s campaign to stop […]
The most popular social networking site is introducing new notifications that will let users know that a post they like, share or comment on has been deleted for harmful information regarding code 19.
This is a new addition to Facebook’s campaign to stop the spread of fake news and misleading details about the code epidemic.
Doing so now will result in controversial posts appearing on users’ news feeds or users will be encouraged to visit the World Health Organization’s website.
But with this new update, it seems that Facebook has acknowledged that its messages are not going far.
These new notifications will be more detailed and clicking on them will open a page in front of the user, where they will explain a picture, description (ie like or comment, etc.) of the controversial content and the reason for removing them.
Users will be told what they should do, such as unsubscribing to a group posting misleading details or viewing facts about Code 19.
This is a significant improvement over the previous features of Facebook, but there are some drawbacks.
According to the report, the new notifications do not actually open up a pool of misleading details, but users will have to work hard to find the right information.
It is also a fact that this feature is being introduced at a time when the epidemic has been going on for months and so far people’s views have become quite mature or let’s say it has caused a lot of damage.
Facebook said a few days ago that it has so far deleted more than 12 million harmful posts related to the corona virus and added millions of labels.
Facebook has also begun working to prevent fake news and details regarding corona vaccines.