Facebook allows social scientists to get access to data about its role in political discourse

Facebook has always played a role in political discourse through its platform, but now it is officially giving access to researchers to the data that users share on its platform. It has widely been related to how users react to the information or misinformation associated with the political events in the world.

The data involves about 38 million URLs related to civic discourse that was shared on Facebook between Jan’ 2017 and July 2019. The data mostly showed results about the opinion of users on shared links to be fake or hate speech and if they were opened or liked. Plus, Facebook is also providing researchers with the demographic details of the users.

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