Which country has the most fake news?
The United States has been the source of more than a quarter of all the fake news posted on the Internet, according to a study by social network company Facebook.
The study of 3.7 million news articles was based on data from more than 7,000 news sites.
The U.S. ranked as the top country for fake news, with more than 20 percent of all fake stories being posted in the U.K. and France.
The United Kingdom and Germany were second and third, respectively.
The countries that were most often cited as the source for fake content were Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Israel.
France, the third most prolific source of fake news after the U of A and the U, had a small number of stories.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the data was valuable to companies in terms of finding better ways to combat fake news.
“I’m glad it’s getting out there,” he said in a Facebook post on Tuesday.
“It’s not a new phenomenon.
We’re just at the beginning of looking at ways to get better at it.”
The United Nations General Assembly on Monday also passed a resolution calling on governments around the world to address fake news and to promote the creation of safe spaces for users.
The resolution also called on companies to ensure that fake news is not used for their own profit.
The report comes after the UN said on Tuesday it would launch an investigation into fake news sites operating in the United States, following an outbreak of fake content during the 2016 U.N. General Assembly session in New York City.
The UN’s Information and Communications Technology Directorate said on Wednesday it was looking into the phenomenon.