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Facebook takes another shot at getting rid of clickbait, purges deceptive video links

Social media giant Facebook Inc. is taking more steps to purge clickbait content from its News Feed, this time focusing on those irksome images of fake video play buttons that often lead to some kind of viral content. The updates are twofold, Facebook announced on Thursday. One will be to reduce the amount of the aforementioned fake […] The post Facebook takes another shot at getting rid of clickbait, purges deceptive video links appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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