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Twitter quietly drops policy preventing sharing of COVID-19 misinformation
Twitter · San Francisco

Twitter quietly drops policy preventing sharing of COVID-19 misinformation

56% Center coverage: 190 sources
Twitter has quietly dropped its policy preventing the sharing of false or misleading information about COVID-19. Under the policy, tweets containing misleading information about the disease could be given a label including corrective information about the claim. The change comes after Elon Musk laid off half of Twitter's workforce when he took over the company, with those responsible for content moderation among the teams hit.See the Story
San Francisco will allow police to deploy robots that kill
Business · San Francisco

San Francisco will allow police to deploy robots that kill

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Supervisors in San Francisco voted Tuesday to give city police the ability to use potentially lethal, remote-controlled robots in emergency situations -- following an emotionally charged debate that reflected divisions on the politically liberal board over support for law enforcement.See the Story
South Dakota Gov. Noem bans TikTok from state-owned devices
Business · South Dakota

South Dakota Gov. Noem bans TikTok from state-owned devices

41% Right coverage: 42 sources
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem on Tuesday issued an executive order banning state employees and contractors from accessing the video platform TikTok on state-owned devices, citing its ties to China. TikTok is owned by ByteDance, a Chinese company that moved its headquarters to Singapore in 2020. It has been targeted by Republicans who say the Chinese government could access its user data like browsing history and location. U.S. armed forces also have prohibited the app on military devices.See the Story

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