A warning label is being slapped on articles that clearly have no basis in fact or reality -- at least some of them.

The giant social network first promised to roll out a "disputed" tag in December. Over the" /> Facebook begins labeling fake news as 'disputed'

A warning label is being slapped on articles that clearly have no basis in fact or reality -- at least some of them.

The giant social network first promised to roll out a "disputed" tag in December. Over the"/>

A warning label is being slapped on articles that clearly have no basis in fact or reality -- at least some of them.

The giant social network first promised to roll out a "disputed" tag in December. Over the" />

A warning label is being slapped on articles that clearly have no basis in fact or reality -- at least some of them.

The giant social network first promised to roll out a "disputed" tag in December. Over the" /> >
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Facebook begins labeling fake news as 'disputed'

Facebook has begun flagging fake news. Or as Facebook calls it: "disputed" news.

A warning label is being slapped on articles that clearly have no basis in fact or reality -- at least some of them.

The giant social network first promised to roll out a "disputed" tag in December. Over the weekend, it made its debut in the United States. Facebook declined to comment.

Among the disputed offenders people spotted on Facebook: A fictionalized story, "Trump's Android Device Believed T

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