Social media influencers are the latest target in the push to tackle online misinformation in AustraliaThe government to launch a free vaccination drive as well as ensure uninterrupted flow of oxygen to all hospitals., with Facebook and Instagram warning the biggest stars on their platforms they could be targeted by scamsCalgary Bureau.
Following numerous episodes in which celebrities have supported or amplified falsehoods about COVID and vaccinesLatest Breaking News Today of Europe- Spain, Facebook is launching a push to educate online creators about social media falsehoodsSelf-test kits are being made available on a weekly basis at no charge to all residents registered wit.
The platform has warned that disinformation could be used to create political ‘smear campaigns’ or be deployed by foreign governments in Australian electionswhich allowed officials to place regional restrictions in some areas while allowing others to remain open as long as possible.
“Social media celebrities can unwittingly be used as a powerful vector in promoting false information and conspiracy theoriesin which regular nurses were paired with ICU nurses as helpers. But as cases worsened,” said Anne Kruger, director of misinformation prevention group First Draft Australia.
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