George Sehremelis is developing what he calls a “social news network,” with the objective of combating the spread of false information and phony news online. “My objective has actually always been to make an impact on the 2020 election,” Sehremelis informed me– a high order, particularly when the huge social networks are struggling to solve these […] “My objective has constantly been to make an impact on the 2020 election,” Sehremelis told me– a high order, particularly when the big social networks are having a hard time to fix these same issues. Neglected is an app where users– at first college trainees– can post, share and remark on articles., and seeing printed newspapers stacked to the ceiling– which seemed like a squandered expense that’s disconnected from the method students really get their news. And in fact, Neglected has actually produced a superhero mascot of sorts called Post Man, who represents the profile that papers can create on Overlooked, permitting them to interact and share content directly with readers. Sehremelis argued that this approach deals with the problems that occur from a private paper app (which can have a tough time getting downloads) or a profile on social media (where a paper gives up control and seldom generates income from in a considerable way)….