Moreover, publishers who trick and mislead people into clicking on a link which contains malicious videos or content will also be dealt with as they are also earning revenue from it, damaging the revenue of those publishers who share or publish good content.
This new update is expansion of the policy of the company, which it announced few months back. Facebook in the month of May said that the company is updating its algorithm with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) technology so that it keeps its users away from low-quality websites, part of an effort and to fight spam and misinformation.
The company is planning to push this update across the globe in coming weeks.
“People want to see accurate information on Facebook, and so do we” the company also asserted.