Facebook calling it’s Users, IDIOTS!

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Because people are generally idiots, Facebook has begun reminding people that articles from The Onion are indeed satirical, and should not be shared as serious articles replete with outrage, disgust, and general displeasure. I guess some Facebook engineer saw his friend Tiffany, once again outraged by the man that locked himself in a hot car to prove that babies and dogs are cowards, and said screw it – I gotta do something about this.

For some users, Facebook is generating a [Satire] tag in front of article titles in the “related articles” feature in the news feed. You know how Facebook will auto-generate three related articles under any article that you interact with? Well, if any of those articles come from The Onion, they’re being labeled as [Satire].

Facebook Is Reminding Idiots That The Onion Is Satire | WebProNews.


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Posted on August 18, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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