Facebook Uses AI To Fight Malicious Link 'Cloaking'

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Kennyy Evony

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It wont. Have you been able to remove all cr@p on toms hardware site so its actually enjoyable to read articles? or are you plagued with them each time you visit the site because every day they find ways to fk you over?
 

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Downloading and sharing is jailable and they can track and find the guilty party despite most of the world urging 'authorities' not to.

Scamming and infecting can be chased to these levels, and, despite most of the world wishing authorities to chase scammers, they are still there and we are not hearing the many year sentences of them getting caught.

Well, #FUR them!!
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I know Facebook takes a lot of crap - rightfully so. But this seems like a decent move on their part. Hopefully it spreads throughout the web.
 
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