Google Offers Fact Checked Results Amid ‘Fake News’ Crisis – NBC News
You may be wrong and Google, ever the kind friend, is now ready to gently let you know next time you search for something that may not be true, or so-called “fake news.”Google’s “fact check label,” which launched last October in Google News, is now launching globally in search on contested subjects.Google Fact-Checker GoogleRelated: Confusing Fact and Fiction? Google’s New Tags Can HelpWhen you do see the new feature at the top of your search results, it will share a claim, usually on a more serious topic, along with who made it.A fact check carried out by one of Google’s partners will be listed below, letting you know whether the claim is truthful or has been debunked. In cases when several publishers have fact checked the same item and reached different conclusions, Google will also let you know.
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