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Google extends fact-checking feature to Latin America

Friday 17 February 2017 | 10:11 CET | News
Google has announced the expansion of its Fact Check feature to Latin America following its launch in the US and Europe last October. In a blog post, the company said it has partnered with agencies in Brazil, Mexico and Argentina to add a "Fact Check" verification label to stories ranging from local to satire to user-generated. Readers can now see fact check tagged articles in the expanded story box on news.google.com and in the Google News & Weather iOS and Android apps. Google added that it would soon be expanding the feature to other Latin American countries with a view to combating the

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Countries: Latin America
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