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Previously, 10 percent of the Times’ articles were open to comments. With a tool called Perspective, from Google parent Alphabet’s tech incubator, to help evaluate comments in bulk, it’s shooting for 80 percent open to comments by the end of this year.
Apple, like Google, is using its position in the browser market to try to control elements of the advertising market.
Since 2011, the amount of time Americans spend with print has dropped about 40 percent. But the amount of ad dollars that go to print has dropped even more.
The move comes after a number of high-profile publishers have stepped back from Facebook’s distributed-content offering, preferring to direct Facebook mobile users to their websites.
The experiment might be replicated in other countries, but “it’d be showing a lot of hubris to say ‘everybody should now do CrossCheck’ without doing the proper social science research based on the data.”
CrossCheck reuniu redações para checar fatos em fake news. Agora pondera o que fará com os dados coletados em 3 meses.
The Open Brand Safety framework is an attempt to create a master list of fake news sites so advertisers can learn to avoid them.