France has launched a new initiative that aims to combat fake news on social media by encouraging citizens to “know” the facts about the news they consume online.
The program, dubbed Conception logo , is a combination of the word “correction” and the phrase “correctness”.
“It means, we have to tell people the truth,” said Isabelle Guinard, the director of the project.
“This is not about reporting fake news.
This is about the reality.
We need to be able to make it clear to people what is true, the right things, the things that we believe.
That is what the word ‘correction’ means.”
Guinard said that her team of volunteers is working on a website where citizens can see a timeline of the news and how they are affected by the news.
“We are trying to get a picture of what’s happening in real time, to make the right decisions,” she said.
Guinart is working with French newspaper La Presse to create a website that is designed to help citizens find out the facts and facts.
It is an experiment, she said, in hopes that the program will prove useful for journalists.
The idea is that people can see how the French news media is reporting on the news, and then they can make decisions about what to read and what not to read.
Guillé said that the project will work in the same way that the country’s existing digital citizenship program, called “Concept logo,” works in France.
“In this program, the aim is to encourage people to be aware of what is being said on social networks and to share that information,” she told ABC News.
“It’s a bit like asking people to sign up to register for an account with Facebook.
We are trying a very different approach.
It’s a different way of telling people what they should know about the world.”
Guillard said the initiative is being funded by a partnership between the French government and the French Institute for Digital Citizenship (IFC).
She said the IFC will use the funds to create an educational website for citizens, which will help them better understand the French media.
“We will have videos, audio and text that are meant to give them the best information on the French national news, but they will also be able in general to do the same thing on their own,” Guillard told ABCNews.com.
“That will help inform them about what is going on in the world, to help them make informed decisions.”
Conception logo has already been used in Canada, as well as the United States, and is currently being used in Britain, where a similar program is under way.