Twitter: 14,900 Tweets Removed for Covid-19 Misinformation, 4.5M Accounts Challenged

The social network clarified the criteria it uses in deciding whether to delete content

Twitter will continue using warning labels in cases where the risks of harm associated with the content are less severe doomko/iStock

Twitter provided an update on its efforts to prevent misinformation related to the coronavirus pandemic, saying that since updating its safety rules in March to account for content on Covid-19, 14,900 tweets have been removed and 4.5 million accounts have been challenged.

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