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The anti-abortion group Live Action, in view of the legal possibilities, one of the main explanations for this was labeled “false” by fact-checking organization, which is working with Facebook.
Live Action President Lila Rose told Fox News in a statement at the two videos posted by her group, that abortion is not medically necessary, it was rated false. After the content has been marked as false, may be subject to a reduced benefit is on Facebook.
A video with the title of “The Pro-Life Answer to Abortion Can be Medically Necessary, “” functions, neonatologist, Dr. Kendra Kolb. In the second video, entitled, “Abortion is NEVER Medically Necessary,” a speech given by Rose.
“We feel that it is probably the most devastating thing for a tech company and have done for a pro-life message,” Rose said. “Facebook is in fact taking a position in this debate is the question of whether abortion is medically necessary.”
The Live-Action is also a hit with the Science of Feedback, and the fact-checking organization, be involved in the response to the two videos. Science of Feedback and describes itself as “a global network of scientists to sort fact from fiction in the science-based coverage of news in the media.”
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Rose told Fox News that the Live-Action contacts with Facebook reps and are told to take care to the fact-checkers.
Rose, explained to Fox News that Facebook has been the organization’s biggest platform. About 2.4 million people have “liked” the Live-Action’s Facebook-page, and is combined with Live Action, Lila Rose is up to more than 3 million users are on Facebook.
Live Action, told Fox News that it is considering legal options, at the right.
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Fox News’ James Rogers, and Christopher Carbone contributed to this report.