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Facebook and Instagram just made high-reach accounts a little more transparent

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Facebook and Instagram just made high-reach accounts a little more transparent

Facebook and Instagram just made high-reach accounts a little more transparent

Facebook is making a push to increase the information you can see on posts from high-reach Facebook Pages and Instagram accounts.

If you follow an account with a large audience, you’ll now be able to see right on each post where the creator of the account is primarily based and the country where the majority of their followers are based.

Facebook is piloting the feature in the U.S., starting with Facebook Pages and Instagram accounts based outside of the country that reach large audiences primarily located in the U.S.

“These changes are part of our broader efforts to protect elections and increase transparency on Facebook and Instagram so people can make more informed decisions about the posts they read, trust and share,” the company shared in a blog post. Read more…

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