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  • Twitter and Facebook say they will flag any posts from candidates or campaigns that claim an early victory in the US election.

  • Before official results, Air called.

  • Both companies have come under pressure to tackle misinformation and prepare for any possible violence once a winner is announced.

  • On Monday, Twitter said that beginning on election night until the inauguration, it would place post warning labels like official sources called this election differently, or official sources may not have called the race when this was tweeted.

  • The platform says that U.

  • S based accounts with over 100,000 followers and a significant engagement may also have their tweets labeled.

  • Facebook said in a statement.

  • They'll direct users to its voting information center, which will show the latest official results.

  • It says it will also monitor and remove any content aimed at suppressing or intimidating voters.

  • In an updated blawg, Twitter added that they will consider as official sources both state election officials and national news outlets with quote dedicated, independent election decision desks.

  • The list includes ABC, CBS, CNN, Fox and NBC, among others.

  • Both platforms are also bracing for a possible delay in final results due to an unusually high number of mail in ballots this election cycle.

Twitter and Facebook say they will flag any posts from candidates or campaigns that claim an early victory in the US election.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/05
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