Do the conspiracy theorists who push the most shocking narratives circulating online really believe them?
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On the new episode of the Apple TV show, she spoke about how her weight “would constantly fluctuate,” since she was on different medications due to her lupus, an inflammatory disease that affects the immune system. She then noted that as those changes were going on, people were quick to make comments about her body.
There are so many stories and pieces of information flying around on the internet that it can be hard to know what’s real and what’s fake.
Social media algorithms are one of the tools used by technology companies on the apps, games and websites we use every day. Things such as the videos you watch, links you click, pages you follow or accounts you interact with all help decide what content the algorithms show you.
Twitter says it has stopped enforcing its policy on misleading information about coronavirus.
According to the company's website, it stopped taking action against tweets breaching its Covid rules, on Wednesday, 23 November.
Twitter had previously reported suspending more than 11,000 accounts for Covid misinformation as of September this year.
Controversial measures which would have forced big technology platforms to take down legal but harmful material have been axed from the Online Safety Bill.
Critics of the section in the bill claimed it posed a risk to free speech.
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