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Columbia Journalism Review / Himanshu Gupta and Harsh Taneja / Aug 23
“If WhatsApp can identify a particular a message’s metadata precisely, it can tag that message as ‘fake news’ after appropriate content moderation. It can be argued that WhatsApp can also, with some tweaks to its algorithm, identify the original sender of a fake news image, video, or text and potentially also stop that content from further spreading on its network. To identify whether a message is fake or not, we suggest that WhatsApp rely on its user community to forward suspected messages to its content moderation system.”
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