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Facebook Claims Its Fact Checks Are ‘Opinion’


Facebook insists its “fact-checks” are “opinion” and not based on facts, says a veteran reporter who sued the company. John Stossel, a TV reporter for more than 50 years, recently sued Facebook, now known as Meta, for defamation. He said one of the social media giant’s “fact-checkers,” a group called Science Feedback, lied about him. He also said a Facebook fact-checker admitted that one of Stossel’s videos was red-flagged due to its “tone” — not because it contained false statements. Stossel said Facebook’s lawyers responded to him in court and claimed the company’s “fact-checks” are merely “opinion” and therefore immune…

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