In the short to medium term, I cannot see this changing.
Google said it will stop allowing its Ad Sense ads to appear “on pages that misrepresent, misstate or conceal information about the publisher, the publisher’s content or the primary purpose,” the company told the Wall Street Journal on Monday.
A spokeswoman for Google said the policy change will specifically prohibit sites that distribute false news from using its proprietary ad-selling software, the Journal reported.
In 2013, I described the situation with embedded metadata and social media as a ‘free for all’ and outlined a simple functional framework where users had the choice to either strip or keep the embedded metadata, depending on their preferences.
The fact that nothing like this has been implemented suggests that the social media sites essentially don’t care about it, probably because people continue to keep uploading material anyway and the aforementioned legal issues probably encourage stripping rather than retaining embedded metadata.
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