In a time of crisis, it is now probably the single most important source of news for billions of people around the world.
So what is Facebook doing to make sure that it is providing accurate and timely information about the new coronavirus? Plenty, according to Mark Zuckerberg.
In a post last night, Facebook's founder explains that his company has been working closely with health authorities to co-ordinate their response to the virus.
"We're focused on making sure everyone can access credible and accurate information," he says.
Facebook has announced it's giving free advertising to official organisations fighting the coronavirus. BBC Newsnight looks into how difficult it is for tech platforms to stop rumours and disinformation about the virus spreading online. https://bbc.in/38qG5S5
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