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(Reuters) - Twitter Inc said on Wednesday that it will start removing false or misleading tweets about COVID-19 vaccinations that could be harmful, including false claims the vaccines will intentionally cause harm or control populations or that invoke "a deliberate conspiracy."
From a movie prop master in Texas to a professor in New York, people across the country have found themselves swept into the misinformation maelstrom, their online posts or their very identities hijacked by anti-vaccine activists and others peddling lies about the outbreak.
Suddenly a loved one becomes a stranger. A dad, a mom or a friend lost to a parallel world made up of conspiracy theories and dangerous fantasies destroying couples and families.
YouTube said on Oct 14 it would take down content which contradicts expert consensus about Covid-19 vaccines, updating its policies on misinformation about the pandemic.
(Reuters) -Apple Inc said on Friday that it is starting a program to help employees get voluntary COVID-19 vaccinations at the iPhone maker's offices.
(Reuters) - Match Group Inc said on Friday it had teamed up with the White House to promote COVID-19 vaccinations across its popular online dating apps such as Tinder, OkCupid and Hinge.
With vaccination against Covid-19 in full swing, social platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter say they’ve stepped up their fight against misinformation that aims to undermine trust in the vaccines. But problems abound.
(Reuters) - Airbnb Inc beat Wall Street expectations for first-quarter gross bookings and revenue on Thursday, as speedy COVID-19 vaccinations and easing restrictions encouraged more people to check into its vacation rentals.
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Shoddy scientific studies are fuelling viral misinformation about the pandemic, with detractors warning that the damage done is "irrevocable" even if the studies were retracted.