As the U.S. presidential campaign reached its peak last fall, Google introduced a “fact check” tag to highlight the fact-checked, reliable sources in Google News results. Now, the company is expanding the feature to Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico. Google’s Vice President of News, Richard Gingras, said in a blog post on Wednesday that users in…

via Google Expands Its Fact-checking Feature to 3 More Countries — Fortune

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