Facebook Reveals Incomplete Data to Researchers Studying Misinformation


It has been revealed that Facebook is giving incomplete data to researchers who study on false information. It has been found that the information provided by Facebook is false in many places.

Facebook submits reports to disinformation investigators on how users interact with posts and articles on the website, and Facebook has been found to submit incomplete reports several times.

Although Facebook promised researchers privacy and access to all user interaction data, it has not been found to have fulfilled it. The New York Times has mentioned in the report that Facebook only sent the data of half of the users to the researchers.

It has been found that the users included in the report especially watch political content. By emailing the researchers, Facebook has apologized in this regard and said that it is working to correct this mistake.

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