There is a lot of misinformation on the Internet some of it intentionally wrong! Every day we learn more about how different individual or groups try to spread misinformation and push their agenda via Facebook, Twitter, and other services. Have you fallen victim to incorrect or misleading information, and then shared it with other people on Facebook? Are you sure?
Shared Content Flagger can help you to see if you've shared any misleading information on Facebook. It will download your Facebook posts and then compare them with various "rule lists" that list questionable content. The app can flag the following types of content that you may have shared on Facebook:
1. Links to specific pages, images, or videos
2. Links to web sites (any page on the site)
4. Mentions of Twitter users
Shared Content Flagger by itself does not prove if anything that you shared is true or false. Rather, the various rule lists that you use indicate if content should be trusted or not. If you find that you disagree with the results, then you can try using different rule lists. However, you should also take the opportunity to tap any links to read more details about a rule. It may be that others have been putting out information that is wrong or misleading; flagging the post is an opportunity to learn more about the issue.
Any person or organization can create (for free!) their own "rule list" so that malicious post content will be flagged. Simply create the rule list of suspicious content in a Google Sheets spreadsheet, then point to it with a special URL. Details on creating rule lists are available within the app.
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