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Google and YouTube recently announced a $13 million launching a new Global Fact Check Fund for the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) at Poynter.
The fund will open up in early 2023 for IFCN member organizations, which includes 135 fact-checking organizations across 65 countries and 80 languages.
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