Facebook fell short of its promises to label climate change denial, a study finds

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A new report from a watchdog group finds that the platform only labeled about half of the posts promoting articles from the world’s main publishers of climate denial. Alastair Pike/AFP via Getty Images

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Facebook is falling short on its pledge to crack down on climate misinformation, according to a new analysis from a watchdog group.

The platform — whose parent company last year rebranded as Meta — promised last May that it would attach “informational labels” to certain posts

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