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Twitter says it doesn't plan to launch a button to report fake news (TWTR)

Twitter says it doesn't intend to launch a feature that would allow users to report "fake news" on the platform. On Thursday, The Washington Post reported that the social network had developed a "prototype" of a button that would let people on Twitter report false or misleading information posted on the site, prompting concern from critics that it would be open to abuse, though it wasn't clear if it would ultimately be released.
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