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Meta, TikTok Outline Their Midterm Election Strategies

As the U.S. turns its attention towards Election Day in November, social media platforms are taking steps they claim will protect the integrity of the democratic process. But will it be enough to curb the spread of misinformation? This is what Facebook, TikTok, Twitter and Google have announced.

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    U.S. midterms bring few changes from social media companies

    U.S. midterms bring few changes from social media companies

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Social media companies are offering few specifics as they share their plans for safeguarding the U.S. midterm elections. Platforms like Facebook and Twitter are generally staying the course from the 2020 voting season, which was marred by conspiracies and culminated in the Jan. …

    Twitter activates election policy enforcement for US midterms

    Twitter activates election policy enforcement for US midterms

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    Washington CNN Business — Twitter will now label and demote misinformation about the upcoming US elections, such as false claims about how to cast a ballot or the outcomes of a race, as part of a broader set of content enforcement policies it’s activating ahead of the midterms, the company said …

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