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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Facebook is launching a new tool for users in the United States Monday. It will allow you to post and sign online petitions for social causes directly on your news feed.

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The “community actions” feature also lets users tag relevant public officials and organizations, create fundraisers and organize events.

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Some worry this new platform can be used by malicious actors  to spread disinformation.

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But Facebook says it’s using a combination of user monitoring, algorithms and human enforcers to manage the feature.