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Facebook to limit forwarding in Messenger 

Facebook to limit forwarding in Messenger 

Facebook acknowledges that it is a friction-less platform for the spread of propaganda. The popular chat platform will follow in sister company WhatsApp’s footsteps by limiting users to only five forwards at a time, Facebook said in a blog post, which it hopes will keep people from spreading potential misinformation to many friends at once. “Limiting forwarding is an effective way to slow the spread of viral misinformation and harmful content that has the potential to cause real world harm,”…

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Twitter hack is threat to all humanity

Twitter hack is threat to all humanity

Twitter’s hack into its administrative tools reveals the potential power of social media to destroy life on earth. Imagine if they hacked Trump’s account and posted things even more insane than Trump would post.

When the Ministry of Truth encounters experts who are wrong – what to do?

When the Ministry of Truth encounters experts who are wrong – what to do?

Someone else asks the awkward question about Twitter’s Ministry of Truth that deletes tweets not adhering to the “expert” line: But what to do when the experts, like WHO, were in fact, wrong? Current policy is to prohibit those who question WHO. Now Twitter will label tweets as well as shadow ban anything that conflicts with the Ministry of Truth.

I deleted almost all of my Covid-19 related blog posts

I deleted almost all of my Covid-19 related blog posts

I have deleted nearly all of my prior posts on observations, questions, comments or hopeful news items regarding Covid-19 after concluding that in the present environment, even to ask a question is to commit a thought crime. I had posted my comments on one of my other blogs.

A subtle form of opinion making within a news report

A subtle form of opinion making within a news report

See how a WSJ report skews your views of the subject of a news article by diminishing the impressive background of the primary individual in the story. This is a common technique to spin a news story. Ultimately, rather than blame some for asking odd questions, we should ask why were they confused in the first place? The answer comes down to poor public messaging surrounding public health – from the public health practitioners themselves.