With the latest update to the mobile version of its Edge browser,. The Edge app now includes a rating system called NewsGuard that alerts you to the trustworthiness of a website. Previously, NewsGuard was available only as an extension to the desktop version of Edge.
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NewsGuard uses actual humans – journalists and analysts – to determine if a website is rather than relying on an algorithm that can be tricked or gamed.
Next to a site URL at the top of Edge, you'll see a red icon if a site is dubious and a green icon if it can be trusted. Tap the icon to get a brief description of the rating. For Breitbart, for example, NewsGuard warns, "Proceed with caution: this website generally fails to maintain basic standards of accuracy and accountability."
You can then tap to See the full Nutrition Label which provides a summary of the site and how it meets or fails to meet various journalist standards.
How to enable NewsGuard on mobile  G gege gegegegegege gege but but, but but but enabled To turn on NewsGuards, tap the triple-dot button in the lower right and go to Settings> News rating and toggle on
How to enable NewsGuard on a computer
On the desktop version of Edge, you need to install the NewsGuard extension from the Windows Store.