It takes more than a village to stop misinformation on the Internet.
On March 8, Facebook finally made some moves to limit the spread of anti-vaccination posts and hoaxes. It will use standards long adopted by the World Health Organisation and the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention to identify misconceptions about vaccines, and then trace the groups and pages that actively spread misinformation about vaccinations.
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