Fake news no laughing matter for Waterford Whispers Satirical website’s traffic is halved after Facebook move

Fake news no laughing matter for Waterford Whispers Satirical website’s traffic is halved after Facebook move
Colm Williamson, founder of Waterford Whispers Picture: Patrick Browne

The popular website has been walloped by Facebook’s anti-fake news measures, meaning it is likely to lose money in 2018

The popular satire website Waterford Whispers has been walloped by Facebook’s anti-fake news measures, meaning it is likely to lose money in 2018.

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