For the past six months, Google has been toying with a 'Fact Check' service. Now, they're making it official and you're going to probably laugh at who some of them are and how it works.
When you Google a story, you will be able to know who checked the validity of the story and their conclusion. The rating system will rank stories from "true" to "false" but will also include "partly true" and "partly false". Then, you'll have the option to click the hyperlink and see the fact-checkers' content on the same story.
Who are the fact checkers, you ask? Well, right now there are 115 organizations that include CNN, NBC, CBS, The Washington Post, The New York Times, KUSA-TV, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and more.
Now I don't know about you, but if people like Don Lemon, Jake Tapper and Brian Williams are in charge of verifying content, Google, and the rest of us, are in big trouble.