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Facebook is targeting jerks who spam your News Feed

Facebook is taking new steps to fight spam. The social network will now weed out posts from spammers who fill their friends' feeds with "vast amounts" of links to "low quality content."  SEE ALSO: This app will tell you which of your photos are actually good enough to post (which is both harsh and helpful) "We want to reduce the influence of these spammers and deprioritize the links they share more frequently than regular sharers," writes Facebook's VP of News Feed Adam Mosseri.
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