The social media giant wants to know why Twitter users are ‘sitting on’ fake news

Facebook has been working on ways to help make the social media platform a more transparent and accountable place to share news and information.

The company has been looking at ways to create a more accurate and meaningful feed of news on the platform.

Last week, Facebook introduced a new system called “feed filters,” which could allow users to filter out “fake news,” “misleading content,” “fakes and phishing” and “disinformation.”

But Facebook has had to come up with a way to make that information more accessible to people outside of its own community.

The new filters are part of the company’s broader effort to get its users to participate more in the way that they interact with Facebook, where they can make and share suggestions about news topics, as well as make and post comments.

Facebook has a lot of work to do before the company can offer a better way for people to participate in the feed.

“We want to make sure that people get the most relevant content they can find, and that’s what we’re trying to do with our filter,” CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a Facebook Live video last week.

But Facebook is still working on a way for users to make their own suggestions about what the feed should show, and has already found that some of the recommendations aren’t very good.

“Some of the suggestions are so bad that they’re actually making our feed less relevant,” Zuckerberg said.

“They’re not getting the right content, they’re not engaging, they don’t get the engagement they’re looking for.”

Facebook has also been looking to improve its own newsfeed, but its recent efforts have only been partly successful.

In December, Facebook announced a new algorithm it calls News Feed Efficiency that it hopes will reduce the amount of spam it receives.

It says the new system will reduce spam by about a third.

But the company has also found that people who use the system tend to click on the same spam that Facebook has already removed from their feeds, rather than the spam that they think they should see.

And in January, Facebook was forced to apologize for removing a number of false accounts.

The problems that Facebook faces The problems it faces have come about as it has built its platform, but also as it expanded beyond its own communities and began to allow users and advertisers to reach new audiences.

It has also had to adjust its advertising platform in the past year, following a string of controversies about fake news and the content it hosts.

In July, Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, announced that the company would be cutting its ad revenue by 40 percent, saying that it had been “too reliant on Facebook ads for our growth.”

But Zuckerberg has also said that Facebook would not be changing its ads platform completely.

And he has defended Facebook’s decision to allow advertisers to target users who post “fake content” rather than real content.

“It’s not the right way to go about it,” Zuckerberg told Bloomberg last month.

“The right way is to have a more diverse audience and to be less dependent on Facebook.”

He said that ads will continue to be available on Facebook’s main page and other content on its mobile and desktop sites, as long as people do not create fake accounts and post spam.

“People are going to be able to reach a wider audience than ever before with these new tools,” Zuckerberg added.

But it’s not clear that Facebook’s current approach to ads and its decision to make ads available on the site will lead to more people sharing real content on the page.

Facebook did not respond to a request for comment.

Zuckerberg said that his team had spent the last year working to improve the way it processes user feedback, which is something that Facebook is very good at.

“What I’ve seen over the last few months, and the work that has been done in the last couple of months, is that we’ve been able to build a lot more trust between the user and the platform,” he said.

But as the platform has become more transparent, it has also become less open.

Facebook also recently took down its “Like” button, which allowed people to suggest and recommend friends to friends who were also liked by Facebook users.

Zuckerberg told investors that he was not going to remove the feature, but that the new features will make the platform more usable for people who do not have a lot to say.

“For the people who have a few things they’d like to say, we’re going to give them the ability to express them in a way that’s useful for them,” he told the crowd at a conference last month in Singapore.

“But the rest of us will continue using it to make the feed more accurate.”

Zuckerberg also talked about the company helping people in other industries and industries that don’t have the power to make a huge impact in a fast-moving world.

For example, he said that it is “totally possible” for the next Apple to