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Facebook is finally purging annoying fake videos from your News Feed

Say goodbye to annoying fake Facebook videos. The social network is tweaking its algorithm so you'll see static memes disguised as videos and images with fake play buttons way less often.  Spammers have been flooding the site with these trick formats to take advantage of Facebook's fanatical focus on promoting video above other types of content. Uploading single images as videos can earn the poster advertising money, and photos made to look like videos can lead users to sketchy sites with malicious ads.
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