The changes weren't shocking to publishers, who are all in continuous conversations with Snapchat.
All editions published Monday were reflective of the new guidelines.
Snapchat had conversations with publishers following the suit, which pushed them to tone down what was shared. Snapchat has positioned itself as a network free from misleading news and propaganda while Facebook is plagued by it.
"Social media companies tell us what to read based on what’s most recent or most popular. We count on editors and artists, not clicks and shares, to determine what’s important," Snapchat wrote in the blog post announcing Discover back in 2015.
Publishers are forbidden to link to any misleading or fraudulent content.
As part of a plea agreement, other charges were dismissed.Snap also emphasizes completion, or click-through, and watch time.Local Sexting is open to all real, consenting, and consent-respecting adults.Snapchat’s main function is sending picture or video messages, but for the past two years it has also run news content from media outlets including CNN, the Daily Mail and Vice.The company has clarified guidelines to prevent publishers from including any reports or links to outside stories that could be considered fake news, stressing that all content must be accurate and fact-checked.
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Clearer guidelines also help Snapchat as they onboard new publishers.