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And Rensin said then, "Unless Google and Facebook change their algorithms — or humans suddenly become less gullible, and less prone to confirmation bias — these sites will likely persist, metastasizing across the Internet like a profoundly unfunny cancer."So now Facebook does indeed seem to be changing.
And maybe that will spare a few people – and reporters – the embarrassment of falling for stories that are generated in some click-bait-hungry site's imagination. But for those who, even in our fake news-rich culture have trouble distinguishing reality from parody, Facebook is reportedly toying with the idea of a "satire" warning on content that lampoons the news of the day.Either that, or Mashable, which first reported the news of the proposed satire label, is totally having us on.The people of the modern world need to understand and develop the ability to corroborate information and not just accept information as true without further inputs….We thought we were making the story outlandish enough (seriously, killing a baby over a breastfeeding argument) to be questioned by reasonable readers." Last year, a Washington Post reporter took the bait from a satirical Daily Currant piece that cast Sarah Palin as the newest member of Al Jazeera, even though the story included the credibility-straining quote, ostensibly from Palin, that "I met with the folks at Al-Jazeera and they told me they reach millions of devoutly religious people who don’t watch CBS or CNN.Just last week, social media was abuzz with the tale of an NYPD cop who shot and killed a breast-feeding mother following a dispute over her "indecent" behavior.