Twitter cracks down on false posts about Covid vaccines – HEDGE accordingly

New York (AFP) – Twitter said on Wednesday that it would crack down on false posts about Covid-19 vaccines beginning next week, following in the footsteps of Facebook and YouTube. The social media platform already targets posts containing false information on how the virus spreads and the efficacy of public health measures such as mask-wearing. “We will prioritize the removal of the most harmful misleading information, and… begin to label tweets that contain potentially misleading information about the vaccines,” Twitter said in a statement. “We are focused on mitigating misleading informati…

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HEDGE accordingly