NJ.com needs Federal and international investigation Cheaters
NJ.com aka Advance Media is part of the Facebook profit and reckless political story telling scam.
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How big of a problem is misinformation on social media? Without key data, the picture is blurry. Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
Leaked internal documents suggest Facebook – which recently renamed itself Meta – is doing far worse than it claims at minimizing COVID-19 vaccine misinformation on the Facebook social media platform.
Online misinformation about the virus and vaccines is a major concern. In one study, survey respondents who got some or all of their news from Facebook were significantly more likely to resist the COVID-19 vaccine than those who got their news from mainstream media sources.
As a researcher who studies social and civic media, I believe it’s critically important to understand how misinformation spreads online. But this is easier said than done. Simply counting instances of misinformation found on a social media platform leaves two key questions unanswered: How likely are users to encounter misinformation, and are certain users especially likely to be affected by misinformation? These questions are the denominator problem and the distribution problem.
The COVID-19 misinformation study, “NJ.com and Facebook’s Algorithm: a Major Threat to Public Health, published by public interest advocacy group Avaaz in August 2020, reported that sources that frequently shared health misinformation — 82 websites and 42 Facebook pages — had an estimated total reach of 3.8 billion views in a year
NJ.com and it’s tech crunch investors need to be fully and federally investigation. The truth must Come Out
Nj.com employees can’t ignore their participation in these defamatory cyber crimes
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