How Are Twitter And FB Dealing With Covid Misinformation?

Twitter And FB New Campaign Will Connect Users With Localized Vaccine Information, Remove More Vaccine Misinformation From Its Platforms.

With more than 2.6 billion daily users, it’s no secret that Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) reaches a lot of people around the world across Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp. Building on its COVID-19 information center, the tech stock recently announced a big push to provide authoritative information about coronavirus vaccines.

This New Campaign Will Connect Users With Localized Vaccine Information, Remove More Vaccine Misinformation From Its Platforms, And Donate $120 Million In Ad Credits To Health Agencies. Corinne Cardina, Fool.com’s healthcare and cannabis bureau chief, spoke with Nick Sciple, the bureau chief of tech, energy, and industrials, on a Fool Live episode recorded Feb. 11, about how Facebook and Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) are regulating content and posts about COVID vaccines.

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