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    Twitter enforces a strike policy when deciding to either temporarily or permanently ban a user from the platform. Two and three strikes lock the user out of the account for 12 hours, four strikes lock a user out for a week, and five strikes will result in permanent suspension. The social media platform reported the success of labeling tweets in the past. Twitter wrote, "Late last year, we tested new misleading information labels and saw promising results. The new labels increased click through rates by 17%, meaning more people were clicking labels to read debunking content. We also saw notable decreases in engagement with Tweets labeled with the new design: -13% in replies, -10% in Retweets and -15% in likes." Twitter also assured users that it would bring back pre-bunks "to get ahead of misleading narratives on Twitter, and to proactively address topics that may be the subject of misinformation. Over the coming months, we'll place prompts directly on people's timelines in the US and in Search when people type related terms, phrases, or hashtags." \u201c#Election2020 is unlike any...
    Tesla CEO Elon Musk has requested records from Twitter advisers Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase about how the banks advised the social media platform on the $44 billion deal. Musk wants the banks to surrender information on Twitter's financial analysis and performance, along with discussions with the social media platform's higher-ups, according to the Financial Times. The move by Musk is the latest in the legal battle between the Tesla CEO and Twitter, as the company attempts to force him into cashing out on the deal. Twitter sued Musk in July after he dropped the billion-dollar deal, claiming the social media company failed to report the number of fake accounts on its platform. Musk's request comes a day after Twitter issued a legal request seeking information about various Silicon Valley investors in Elon Musk's inner circle. Twitter has also requested information from Musk's adviser, Morgan Stanley. More subpoenas for the companies Tesla and SpaceX have also been requested to turn over information about the deal, along with conversational exchanges with their boss, according to Bloomberg.  The platform's lawsuit heads to...
    (CNN)Elon Musk issued his most direct threat yet to walk away from his purchase of Twitter (TWTR) on Monday, openly accusing the social media company of breaching the merger agreement by not providing the data he has requested on spam and fake accounts.In a letter to Twitter's head of legal, policy and trust, Vijaya Gadde, Musk alleged that Twitter is "actively resisting and thwarting his information rights" as outlined by the deal. Elon Musks bumpy road to possibly owning Twitter: A timeline"This is a clear material breach of Twitter's obligations under the merger agreement and Mr. Musk reserves all rights resulting therefrom, including his right not to consummate the transaction and his right to terminate the merger agreement," an attorney representing Musk wrote to the company. Musk has demanded that Twitter turn over information about its testing methodologies to support its claims that bots and fake accounts constitute less than 5% of the platform's active user base, a figure the company has consistently stated for years in boilerplate public disclosures. Musk has also called for doing his own independent assessment...
    DETROIT (AP) — Elon Musk is threatening to end his $44 billion agreement to buy Twitter, accusing the company of refusing to give him information about its spam bot accounts. Lawyers for the Tesla and SpaceX CEO made the threat in a letter to Twitter dated Monday that the social platform included in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The letter says Musk has repeatedly asked for the information since May 9, about a month after his offer to buy the company, so he could evaluate how many of the company’s 229 million accounts are fake. A message was left early Monday seeking comment from Twitter. The lawyers say in the letter that Twitter has offered only to provide details about the company’s testing methods. But they contend that’s “tantamount to refusing Mr. Musk’s data requests.” Musk wants data so he can do his own verification of what he says are Twitter’s lax methodologies. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Over the past few years, we’ve seen social media swamped with misinformation, disinformation, and conspiracies about subjects from pedophilic pizza parlors to election fraud to Ukrainian biolabs. We’ve all seen the “I did my own research” claims coming from some of the people working with the worst information out there—fatally, in many cases, during the COVID-19 pandemic.  There’s so much bad information out there ranging from misinformation to Nazis pretending to be something else. And a lot of it is very sophisticated, hiding its true nature until many readers have been sucked in. Here are two simple ways to tell good information from bad. First, a very easy, short Twitter thread from Stanford University professor Sam Wineburg: xGoogle's "3 dots" will save your students much grief by making @lateralreading simple. Have you noticed the 3 dots to the right of each result? ???? 1/4 pic.twitter.com/Gi3gM9FCLW— Sam Wineburg (@samwineburg) May 4, 2022 xPress on them and a new panel pops up pic.twitter.com/jPWh50JgiA— Sam Wineburg (@samwineburg) May 4, 2022 xPress on "More about this page" pic.twitter.com/SvnmmscXh2— Sam Wineburg (@samwineburg) May 4, 2022 xAnd...
    In this article TSLAMaja Hitij | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesTesla CEO Elon Musk, via his attorney, accused the Securities and Exchange Commission of leaking information about a federal investigation in order to retaliate against him for public criticism of the federal financial regulators. In a letter on Monday to U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan, Musk attorney Alex Spiro wrote: "It has become clearer and clearer that the Commission is out to retaliate against my clients for exercising their First Amendment rights—most recently by criticizing the Commission on the public docket and by petitioning this Court for relief." The letter comes four days after Musk initially alleged that the SEC was engaged in harassment by continually investigating him, that the agency was trying to chill his right to free speech, and had neglected their duties to remit $40 million to shareholders that Tesla and Musk previously paid in fines to settle securities fraud charges. Spiro did not specify which investigation or what type of information may have been leaked by the SEC, and to whom. In the letter, he...
    "When Tweets include misleading information about COVID-19, we may place a label on those Tweets that includes corrective information about that claim," Twitter's Help Center states. "In cases where we determine there is potential for harm associated with the misleading claim, we will disable the ability for others to Retweet, Quote Tweet, or engage in other ways to prevent the spread of the misleading information." Such tweets will cause one strike against a user's account. According to Twitter, tweets that will earn a label include, "False or misleading information that misrepresent the protective effect of vaccines, to make claims contrary to health authorities. Claims that misrepresent research or statistical findings pertaining to the severity of the disease, prevalence of the virus, or effectiveness of widely accepted preventative measures, treatments, or vaccines." In his op-ed, Horowitz elaborated on his tweet and argued that Maryland's governor is wrong to solely blame the unvaccinated for a surge in coronavirus hospitalizations while data suggests that even people who are fully vaccinated can still be infected and hospitalized with COVID-19. The notion that everyone...
    The FBI is appealing for information that may lead to the rescue of abused children, tweeting a cryptic image from inside a house, and asking for clues. The agency issued their request for help as part of what they termed #SeekingInfoSaturday. The photo they tweeted showed a room with white cupboards around the doorway. A picture of a car with its doors opening upwards, like the Back to the Future DeLorean, is framed on the wall. The agency tweeted: 'The #FBI is seeking information about this image, which may help lead to the rescue of child victims. If you notice something familiar, submit a tip at http://tips.fbi.gov.' The FBI on Saturday tweeted this image of a room, asking for information to help 'child victims' They added: 'No clue or piece of information is too small.' The FBI then linked to 11 pages of more 'seeking information' posters. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Leader of Seattle Proud Boys is ordered to be released on... Did the FBI secretly find $400m in stolen...
    Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe was suspended from Twitter Thursday just days after releasing video footage which appared to show a CNN executive saying that the network uses “propaganda.” O’Keefe’s account profile says it has been suspended. In a statement to The Daily Caller, Twitter said O’Keefe’s account was “permanently suspended for violating the Twitter rules on platform manipulation and spam.” Twitter’s website says “platform manipulation can take many forms” including “commercially-motivated spam, that typically aims to drive traffic or attention from a conversation on Twitter to accounts, websites, products, services or initiatives.” Twitter’s website also said accounts may not use “stock or stolen profile photos, particularly those depicting other people; use of stolen or copied profile bios” among other things. It is unclear exactly what O’Keefe tweeted that caused Twitter to strike the account down. Project Veritas Founder James O’Keefe’s Twitter account was suspended Thursday [Twitter:Screenshot:Public User James O’Keefe]O’Keefe vowed to sue Twitter for defamation in a statement to The Daily Caller. “I am suing Twitter for defamation because they said I, James O’Keefe, ‘operated fake accounts.’ This...
    The Democratic attorneys general for 12 states have demanded Facebook and Twitter 'take immediate steps' to stop the spread of what they say is false information about COVID-19 vaccines on the social media sites. In a letter to Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey, the attorneys general said on Wednesday that 'anti-vaxxers' lacking medical expertise and often motivated by financial gain have used the platforms to downplay the danger of COVID-19 and exaggerate the risks of vaccination.  They accused the social media giants of doing too little to stop people from using their platforms to spread the false information that coronavirus vaccines are unsafe.  They called on both companies to enforce their own community guidelines by removing or flagging vaccine misinformation.   In a letter to Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey, the attorneys general demanded on Wednesday that the companies crack down on anti-vaccine posts The Democratic attorneys general for 12 states, including Connecticut's William Tong, have demanded Facebook and Twitter 'take immediate steps' to stop the spread of what they say is false information about...
    Conservative media site Project Veritas was permanently banned from Twitter on Feb. 11. not long after being reinstated from a previous ban. Project Veritas was suspended early in the morning of Feb. 11, a spokesperson told the Daily Caller. The organization was briefly allowed to return to the site after it deleted three tweets that Twitter said violated its policy against sharing private information. Despite the deletions, Twitter permanently banned Project Veritas Thursday afternoon. One of the accounts controlled by Project Veritas and James O’Keefe has been permanently suspended by Twitter. pic.twitter.com/Fwpur9yU0j — Yashar Ali ???? (@yashar) February 11, 2021 Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe was also briefly suspended Thursday morning for sharing the tweets in question. The tweets linked to a YouTube video of a Project Veritas reporter attempting to interview Facebook Vice President of Integrity Guy Rosen about comments he made regarding Facebook’s misinformation and hate speech policies. (RELATED: Project Veritas: CNN Manager Says, ‘We’re Totally Left-Leaning… We Don’t Wanna Admit It’) Twitter told the Daily Caller that “the account, @Project_Veritas, was permanently suspended for repeated violations...
    Conservative journalist James O’Keefe and his publication, Project Veritas, had their Twitter accounts briefly suspended on Feb. 11 following allegations of posting private information. O’Keefe and Project Veritas “violated [Twitter] rules against posting private information,” according to documents obtained by the Daily Caller. Their accounts were restored after they deleted the tweets. The offending tweets both link to a 53 second YouTube video titled “Facebook VP of Integrity Guy Rosen Refuses To Comment When Confronted By Veritas Senior Journalist.” In the video, Project Veritas reporter Christian Hartsock attempts to interview Rosen near his home, although Rosen declines to comment. (RELATED: Project Veritas: CNN Manager Says, ‘We’re Totally Left-Leaning… We Don’t Wanna Admit It) In the video, Rosen’s home address number is briefly visible. Project Veritas does not share Rosen’s street name, city, state, or zip code. Project Veritas Media Relations Manager Mario Balaban told the Daily Caller that neither Facebook nor Instagram, who Rosen works for and are the subjects of the video, have flagged the video or suspended the accounts of O’Keefe or Project Veritas. “It’s pretty outrageous that...
    On Tuesday, February 9, 2021, Twitter users circulated information about an alleged hack to the Banco Pichincha database in Ecuador. The fact would compromise the financial security of the bank and that of its clients, due to the release of information on account holders. However, the financial institution denied this information without presenting any evidence. The accusations, which were spread through social networks, pointed to the alleged computer attack targeting to the theft of a total of 80 GB of information related to Banco Pichincha and Visa Titanium, Diners Club and Discover cards. Bank_Security, a Twitter account specialized in banking security, points out the following: “The person responsible for the incident claimed to have stolen 80GB of confidential information allegedly related to Banco Pichincha, Visa Titanium, Diners Club and Discover. The theft allegedly includes personal information of its customers and employees, access to intranet systems and credit cards. It is presumed that this data was released and would be found on the deep web after the hacker received a denial for the rescue of this information. The amount he was...
    Isaac said that between late July 2019 and October 14th, 2020, he interacted with the FBI and Robert Costello several times. Costello serves as the attorney for Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer. The NY Post published its article after receiving information from Giuliani, the lawsuit stated. Isaac also stressed that he didn’t know the publication had information from the computer’s hard drive. Shortly after blocking the URL to the Post’s story, Twitter altered its hacked materials policy. The website decided not to remove hacked content anymore unless it’s shared directly by hackers and to label tweets to provide context instead of blocking their URLs from being shared. It wasn’t just Twitter that took steps to limit the story’s reach, though. Facebook also reduced its distribution until it had been reviewed by the social network’s fact-checking partners. In addition to suing Twitter for $500 million in punitive damages, Isaac also wants the court to require Twitter to “make a public retraction of all false statements.”
    The FTC has ordered nine of the largest technology companies in the world to disclose data about their operations and business practices. Amazon, Facebook, Reddit, Snap, Twitter, and Google parent company Alphabet are amongst the companies at the center of the FTC’s investigation. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, the FTC has launched an investigation into the business practices of large social media and internet companies. The investigation will focus on user privacy violations and data mining practices. In a joint statement, FTC Commissioners Rohit Chopra, Rebecca Slaughter, and Christine Wilson said that the demand for information is a response to the failure of large internet companies to disclose their internal practices surrounding data mining. “Social media and video streaming companies now follow users everywhere through apps on their always-present mobile devices. This constant access allows these firms to monitor where users go, the people with whom they interact, and what they are doing. But to what end?” Chopra, Slaughter, and Wilson said in their statement. “Too much about the industry remains dangerously opaque.” The companies have 45...
    Donald Trump’s days of lodging attacks over Twitter could soon be coming to an end. The president has used the social media site to share political messages, attack opponents, and sometimes even announce major policy decisions, but he soon may lose the platform entirely. As Forbes reported, Trump could be booted from the site at any point after Joe Biden’s inauguration due to the accumulated warnings and instances of the president using his feed to share misinformation. As the report noted, he has already been slapped with a number of warning labels for sharing false or misleading information, and he will soon lose the protections automatically given to world leaders. “Trump is currently shielded by Twitter’s ‘World Leaders policy,’ which means the social media company will in most cases choose to leave up a tweet that breaks its rules, a policy established on the principle that most people would like to see what their heads of state are saying,” Forbes reported. It went on to say that Trump’s immunity from further punishment has allowed him to share unfounded conspiracy theories...
    (Reuters) - Twitter Inc on Thursday temporarily restricted U.S. President Donald Trump's election campaign account from tweeting, saying a video from the account about Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's son violated its rules. The video posted by the @TeamTrump account referred to a New York Post story from Wednesday that contained alleged details of Hunter Biden's business dealings with a Ukrainian energy company and said the former vice president had met with an adviser of the company. "Joe Biden is a liar who has been ripping off our country for years," the video was captioned. Twitter said the video violated its rules against posting private information, adding the account may need to delete the post in order to continue tweeting. "It's going to all end up in a big lawsuit and there are things that can happen that are very severe that I'd rather not see happen, but it's probably going to have to," Trump said, when asked about the move by Twitter. Twitter said on Wednesday the Post story violated its "hacked materials" policy, which bars the distribution of...
    Reuters October 15, 2020 0 Comments Twitter Inc on Thursday temporarily restricted U.S. President Donald Trump’s election campaign account from tweeting, saying a video from the account about Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son violated its rules. The video posted by the @TeamTrump account referred to a New York Post story from Wednesday that contained alleged details of Hunter Biden’s business dealings with a Ukrainian energy company and said the former vice president had met with an adviser of the company. “Joe Biden is a liar who has been ripping off our country for years,” the video was captioned. Twitter said the video violated its rules against posting private information, adding the account may need to delete the post in order to continue tweeting. “It’s going to all end up in a big lawsuit and there are things that can happen that are very severe that I’d rather not see happen, but it’s probably going to have to,” Trump said, when asked about the move by Twitter. Twitter said on Wednesday the Post story violated its “hacked materials” policy,...
    Ballots are arriving at homes across Colorado this week. The state has had all-mail ballot elections since 2014, which has resulted in record turnout and, this year, many sighs of relief from people who do not have to vote in person during a pandemic (though vote centers will be open in every Colorado county for those who like the personal touch, lost their ballot...or even want to register on election day, as you can if you've lived in this state for 22 days by November 3). But this year, you’ll want to have plenty of time to consider your ballot, and maybe a few beers on hand (as well as the 2020 State Ballot Information Ballot, aka the “Blue Book,” that also arrived through the mail) as you dig deep into the issues. In addition to the contests between congressional candidates (the race for the U.S. Senate between Cory Gardner and John Hickenlooper, as well as all seven U.S. Representative seats), you’ll be voting on state legislative races, RTD board seats, judicial retention questions and a slew of municipal questions...
    Twitter announced on Friday that it is making changes to its platform to help combat misinformation around Election Day and voting. In a blog post, the social media site said it is adding new labels, warnings and prompts under tweets that falsely claim a candidate has won or tweets that incite violence or interfering with election results.  Additionally, the company will not allow users to 'like' or retweet posts from candidates if they have a misinformation or violation label attached. The adjustments comes after users complained that fact-checking labels, often tied to tweets made by President Donald Trump, were not enough to counter false and misleading information ahead of the 2020 presidential election. On Friday, Twitter announced it was making changes to its platform to combat misinformation around the 2020 election and voting Under the changes, new prompts will appears (pictured) before users can retweet tweets with misleading information and candidates will not be allowed to claim victory state election officials or news outlets make announcements 'Twitter has a critical role to play in protecting the integrity of...
    Get out and discover Denver this weekend...even if you never leave your home. Programs both in-person and virtual will cover everything from youth violence to Alexander Hamilton to the architecture of Denver. In fact, the Denver Architecture Foundation and the Colorado Photographic Arts Center have launched the third annual Doors Open Denver Photography Competition, “Y/OUR Denver,” encouraging you to find and photograph your favorite part of Denver, and then enter the picture in a juried competition. “‘Y/OUR Denver’ has become a favorite part of our annual Doors Open Denver event,” says Pauline Herrera, DAF executive director. “Every year we have an opportunity to see Denver architecture through the lens of these contest entries, providing a unique perspective of buildings featured in Doors Open Denver and beyond.” Marijuana Deals Near YouThe contest closes October 29; find out more here. Keep reading for more information on Doors Open Denver, as well as eleven more events in and around town this weekend (and watch for updates). Doors Open Denver Through October 15 Building off the success of past events, the annual Doors...
    Music icon Kanye West has been suspended from Twitter after posting a series of incendiary tweets on Wednesday night. According to Newsweek, a Twitter spokesperson confirmed that West was suspended for 12 hours after he posted the private phone number of a Forbes editor and urging his followers to call the individual. “The Tweet was removed for posting private information, and the account has been temporarily locked in accordance with our Private Information policy,” the social media giant confirmed. Another tweet featured West urinating on a Grammy Award he had placed in a toilet. Trust me … I WONT STOP pic.twitter.com/RmVkqrSa4F — ye (@kanyewest) September 16, 2020 In yet another tweet, Kanye West floated conspiracy theories about how the music industry killed Prince and Michael Jackson. “We used to diss Michael Jackson the media made us call him crazy…then they killed him,” West he said in one tweet. “Let’s get it big bro…you and Michael passed so we can live,” he said in another tweet in which he shared a photo of the late musician Prince. After the ban,...
    A British man has been remaining with a depleted wedding guest list because of to new quarantine policies that occur into force this weekend. Oliver, who did not want to share his next name, is from Kent but has lived in the Czech Republic for 11 decades. He is owing to get married in Prague to his fiancee Andrea, 33, who is from a city to the east of the Czech money identified as Pardubice. But new guidelines necessarily mean that arrivals in the Uk from the Czech Republic – as effectively as Switzerland and Jamaica – will have to isolate for 14 times if they get there immediately after 4am on Saturday. This is aimed at restricting the spread of the coronavirus. The rules ended up introduced on Thursday night time and prompted almost 30 of the wedding ceremony guests to depart prior to the ceremony in an work to beat the limitations. Oliver, 38, told PA information company: “I am down about 30 visitors and my minimal sister, who is a bridesmaid, is distraught at obtaining to fly...
    Jody SerranoAn hour ago•Filed to:TwitterTwittersecurityPrivacyhackingSave Twitter has revealed that the hackers who targeted 130 accounts in an attack this week downloaded data, which includes direct messages, from eight of the targeted accounts.Photo: Leon Neal (Getty Images) Twitter has released new details about the hack heard round the world this week, which is apparently a massive scam that aimed to get users to send bitcoin to a random cryptocurrency wallet. It was carried out by targeting some of the highest profile accounts on the social media network, such as those belonging to Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Kanye West, Joe Biden and Barack Obama. Besides asking for bitcoin, Twitter has revealed that the attackers also managed to download account information, which includes direct messages, for up to eight of the 130 accounts targeted. QAnon Is Running for CongressEven in the best-case scenario for the 2020 election, in which America flushes Donald Trump out of…Read more This doesn’t mean that we’ll suddenly see any of Musk’s, or any of the other high-profile folk targeted, direct messages pop up online as a result of...
    biggest hack In the history of Twitter, they were downloaded by cybercriminals, as confirmed by the micro-messaging social network on July 18. “data-reactid =” 12 “> Data from at least eight of the accounts that were compromised with the biggest hack in The Twitter story was downloaded by cybercriminals, as confirmed by the micro-messaging social network on July 18. series of reflections The events were triggered as of Wednesday, July 15, detailing much of the background to the investigation into the incident, which ended with dozens of accounts in the hands of hackers associated with the cryptocurrencies. “data-reactid =” 13 “> The company shared a series of reflections on the events that started as of Wednesday, July 15, detailing much of the background to the investigation into the incident, which ended with dozens of accounts in hands of hackers associated with cryptocurrencies. According to Twitter, the attackers were targeting 130 accounts, but only managed to access 45 of them, reset passwords, and send tweets. “We know that they accessed tools that are only available to our internal support teams,” he...
    Reuters July 18, 2020 0 Comments Twitter Inc said on Saturday that hackers were able to download account information for up to eight accounts involved in the hack of its systems this week, but said none of them were verified accounts. The company said the unidentified attackers targeted 130 accounts, and were able to reset passwords to take control of 45 of them and tweet from those accounts. Hackers accessed Twitter’s internal systems to hijack some of the platform’s top voices including U.S. presidential candidate Joe Biden, reality TV star Kim Kardashian, former U.S. President Barack Obama and billionaire Elon Musk and used them to solicit digital currency. Publicly available blockchain records show the apparent scammers received more than $100,000 worth of cryptocurrency. In the attack that occurred on Wednesday, Twitter said hackers were able to view personal information including email addresses and phone numbers of the 130 targeted accounts, but unable to view previous account passwords. “In cases where an account was taken over by the attacker, they may have been able to view additional information”, Twitter said...
    A 'highly sensitive' WikiLeaks-style data hack of police records has put records from more than 200 police departments spanning 20 years into the public domain, revealing the names of suspects, details of investigations and information about cops like their bank details and home addresses.  The data dump, dubbed Blue Leaks, was posted online by The Distributed Denial of Secrets, a group of hackers, after they harvested it from Netsential.  Netsential holds data from fusion centers, which act as data sharing facilities for the FBI, local law enforcement agencies and other law enforcement organizations.  The hack stole more than 1million names of both cops and suspects, along with more than 500,000 images, PDF documents and texts.  The files date back to 1996 and do not include any information about police misconduct or disciplinary investigations.  Instead, they reveal how police investigate crimes, focus on the social media posts and share information between departments.  The files include warnings from the FBI to local police departments about how protesters were planning George Floyd demonstrations.  They included tweets from people using the hashtag 'avenge George Floyd'.   ...
    London (CNN Business)The European Union wants social media platforms to submit monthly reports on how they're handling misinformation around the coronavirus pandemic. The new guidelines were unveiled by the European Commission on Wednesday and apply to companies including Facebook (FB), Google (GOOGL) and Twitter (TWTR) that have signed up to an existing EU code of conduct on disinformation. World health leaders have warned for months about an "infodemic" surrounding the virus, on everything from its origin to fake cures and how countries are responding to the virus. "We have witnessed a wave of false and misleading information, hoaxes and conspiracy theories as well as targeted influence operations by foreign actors," Commission Vice President Josep Borrell said at a press conference. "Some of these are aimed at harming the EU and its member states, trying to undermine our democracies, the credibility of the EU and of national authorities. What is more, this information in times of the coronavirus can kill."WhatsApp tightens limits on message forwarding to counter coronavirus misinformationThe European Commission wants platforms who have signed up to the 2018 code...
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