Twitter, along with Facebook, is a focal point for discussion of the novel coronavirus, which spans the spectrum from helpful and informative to harmful and malicious. Photo: Reuters Twitter, along with Facebook, is a focal point for discussion of the novel coronavirus, which spans the spectrum from helpful and informative to harmful and malicious. Photo: Reuters
Twitter, along with Facebook, is a focal point for discussion of the novel coronavirus, which spans the spectrum from helpful and informative to harmful and malicious. Photo: Reuters

Twitter expands content moderation rules to include more forms of misinformation around coronavirus

  • The social media platform will require users to remove tweets that it says could place people at a higher risk of transmitting Covid-19
  • This comes after a similar escalation of measures from Facebook to moderate misleading content about the novel coronavirus

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Twitter, along with Facebook, is a focal point for discussion of the novel coronavirus, which spans the spectrum from helpful and informative to harmful and malicious. Photo: Reuters Twitter, along with Facebook, is a focal point for discussion of the novel coronavirus, which spans the spectrum from helpful and informative to harmful and malicious. Photo: Reuters
Twitter, along with Facebook, is a focal point for discussion of the novel coronavirus, which spans the spectrum from helpful and informative to harmful and malicious. Photo: Reuters
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