Twitter is no longer enforcing its Covid misinformation policy

Twitter is no longer enforcing its Covid misinformation policy

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  • In 2020, Twitter developed an extensive set of rules that sought to prohibit “harmful misinformation” about the virus and its vaccines.
  • Instead, some Twitter users Monday night spotted a note added to the page on Twitter’s website that outlines its Covid policy.

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