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YouTube Cracks Down On Anti-COVID Vaccine Videos

YouTube Cracks Down On Anti-COVID Vaccine Videos

YouTube has said that it will crack down videos that are against COVID-19 vaccines.

CHANNELS TV reports that YouTube had said on Wednesday that it would remove videos that falsely claim approved vaccines are dangerous, as social networks seek to crack down on health misinformation around COVID-19 and other diseases. Information Guide Nigeria

According to YouTube, but the Google-owned site said its concerns about the spread of medical conspiracy theories went beyond the pandemic.

YouTube said, “We’ve steadily seen false claims about the coronavirus vaccines spill over into misinformation about vaccines in general,” the Google-owned website said in a statement“.

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According to PUNCH, YouTube stated that content that says that approved vaccines cause autism, cancer, or infertility and have substances that can be used to track those injected with it will be removed.

It added that last year, more than 130,000 videos violating its Covid-19 vaccine policies were removed from YouTube.

CHANNEL S TV reports that YouTube told German Media that it had blocked the German Language Channels of Russia’s state broadcaster RT for violating Covid misinformation guidelines.

According to CHANNELS TV, Facebook had launched a renewed effort to tackle extremists and conspiracy and has begun by shutting down German network spreading Covid misinformation.

 



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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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