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Facebook to seek 3rd-party help against fake news

Facebook Inc. will be working with third-party fact-checking organizations in its efforts to identify and warn users about misinformation on the social networking website.

The company said it is testing several ways to make it easier for users to report a hoax, and the third-party fact checkers will then sift through the flagged stories to determine veracity.

The Wall Street Journal reported Dec. 15 that the fact-checking organizations are Snopes.com, PolitiFact, Factcheck.org, the Associated Press and Walt Disney Co.'s ABC News.