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Factchequeado launches to combat misinformation in Spanish-speaking communities in the U.S.
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Factchequeado launches to combat misinformation in Spanish-speaking communities in the U.S.
“One of our approaches here is thinking if we manage [to get] platforms and the companies to put attention into Spanish-language misinformation in the U.S., that is going to benefit our regions in the long term.”
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