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Facebook to Have Users Decide What Is 'High Quality' News

As a result of the changes, people can expect the level of news in the news feed to drop from 5 percent to 4 percent

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    To solve its "fake news" problem, Facebook is asking its users to complete surveys on what they determine is "high quality" news content, CNBC reported Friday.

    CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on a post on his Facebook page Friday that the company will ask users if they are familiar with a specific news source — and whether they trust it — in order to help weed out less reliable sources.

    As a result of the changes, people can expect the level of news in the news feed to drop from 5 percent to 4 percent, Zuckerberg said.