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Facebook is changing the way it handles its Safety Check feature after terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut.
The Paris attacks were the first time Facebook used a "safety check" feature, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Misleading posts began circulating on social media in the aftermath of the Paris attacks and should not be believed.
While France is coming to terms with this weekend’s terrorist attacks in Paris, the world has joined forces to show its support for the country.
Facebook's safety check was implemented for a good cause but users have been complaining about the way the company has handled the feature.
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