Facebook users, who claimed to be from the Philippines, are now being blamed for fake news stories on the social networking site.
Facebook users are now blamed for the spread of false news stories.
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Facebook said it was investigating the report, but did not elaborate.
“We have not been able to find any evidence that this was actually happening, but we are looking into this,” the social network said.
Facebook, the world’s biggest social network with over 100 million users, has been rocked by a series of allegations that fake news spread on its platform, and Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, has repeatedly apologised for the problems.
The revelations come after the social media platform was forced to apologise for the fake news report it posted in October.
“Facebook has a long history of being a safe place for people to share stories and share ideas,” a Facebook spokesperson said.
We are working with law enforcement and are investigating.” “
These reports are not related to our policies and guidelines for news and stories.
We are working with law enforcement and are investigating.”
Facebook’s move comes as the US government said it had been investigating the company and was working with Facebook to identify users who may have used the fake accounts to spread fake news.
“As soon as we were notified of the reported issue, we took swift action to remove fake news from Facebook and suspended the accounts,” US Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke said.