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Facebook’s trust survey, which will help determine News Feed ranking, is two questions. But it’s not as simple as it sounds

Do you recognize the following websites: (Yes. No.) That’s Facebook’s first question on a survey for users that Facebook wrote up itself, which the company will use as a signal that affects a news publisher’s ranking in the News Feed, according to BuzzFeed News, which first obtained the entire survey. Here’s the second — and...
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