Misinformation can have harmful effects on everyone, especially when the world is fighting off a pandemic. YouTube has been working to stop the spread of misinformation around COVID-19 and its vaccines, but today the platform has announced a sweeping ban on all anti-vaccine content that spreads misinformation. Announced on the YouTube Blog this morning, YouTube […]YouTube bans anti-vaccine videos in expansion of medical misinformation policies — 9to5Google
YouTube announced a total ban Wednesday on vaccine misinformation and the termination of the accounts of several prominent anti-vaccine influencers, including Joseph Mercola and Robert F. Kennedy Jr., citing “the need to remove egregious harmful content.”YouTube Cracks Down on Anti-Vaccine Misinformation, Bans Major Accounts — NBC10 Philadelphia
I need to stay away from making Facebook comments about the pandemic. Yesterday a pastor I follow on social media suggested the new vaccine mandates here in Manitoba barring unvaccinated people from many indoor spaces and the reinstatement of the mask requirement, will add bitterness to the divide between people who support those initiatives and […]Stay Away From Facebook Comments — What Next?