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Google to invest $300mn towards curbing fake news

ANI | @indiablooms | 31 Mar 2018, 09:23 pm

New Delhi: In a bid to tackle the recent rise in fake news and speculative content, tech giant Google announced a new initiative to support the media industry through greater filtration of content. Titled 'Google News Initiative', the firm chalked out three main targets to be achieved, namely highlight accurate journalism while fighting misinformation, particularly during breaking news events; help news sites continue to grow from a business perspective, and create new tools to help journalists do their jobs. Furthermore, Google also pledged to invest USD 300 million over the next three years, according to The Verge.

Google to invest $300mn towards curbing fake news

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