Instagram has announced it had gone global in its fight against misinformation, expanding its third-party fact-checking network around the world. The Facebook-owned social platform launched a fact-checking program in the US early this year. “Today’s expansion is an important step in our ongoing efforts to fight misinformation on Instagram,” it said in an online post.
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Following the recent launch of its Third-Party Fact-Checking programme in partnership with Africa Check and AFP, Facebook has announced its third partner, Nigerian fact-checking organisation Dubawa, part of a global network of fact-checking organisations, certified by the non-partisan International Fact-Checking Network – Poynter. Helping to assess the accuracy of news and reduce the spread of