We all know that the world is infested with 'Fake News', a new 'plague' that has plagued the internet and caused chaos in many countries. But luckily we have more and more tools at our disposal to avoid this kind of content.
If you have an Android smartphone and want to stop worrying about 'Fake News', Microsoft has the right solution for you. Your Edge Mobile browser will now help you recognize dubious fonts.
Microsoft is just one of the big companies in the war against this kind of news, and both the Web and Mobile versions of its browser (Edge) will now put one more tool in your hands.
'Fake News' are starting to count down!
On both platforms, Microsoft takes advantage of the extension NewsGuardInstead of algorithms with machine learning, uses real people to identify these types of less credible sources.
As with all systems, it has its strengths and weaknesses. However, you can always be assured that the site you are visiting has been 'validated' by a real person and not by an automated system.
Now for Edge Browser for PC and Android, this extension / tool will be installed in a standardized way. This way, you just need to enable it so that you can avoid visiting such sites.
Finally, to make it possible to put an end to this terrible 'Fake News' trend. It is important that each of us fulfill our responsibilities. After all, if we all use the tools we need to not 'feed' our outreach, they will eventually disappear …
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