Social Media Take Down QAnon

Twitter has taken down more than 7,000 accounts related to QAnon, a group that pushes several baseless conspiracy theories and is known to spread disinformation online. The social media titan says there’s more action to come that will limit the influence of the roughly 150,000 accounts worldwide that are tied to the QAnon movement. Meanwhile, Facebook has started enacting a new policy of labeling posts from President Donald Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden about the November election. However, critics note that the labels don’t actually fact check or provide information about the posts themselves. They simply link to a government website about how to vote, which some say could be seen as a tacit endorsement of whatever the post promotes.

Bill Fuller

Bill Fuller

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on reddit
Share on linkedin
Share on email
Share on print

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


More News

Voting Has Begun

Winchester voting at 107 N. East Street 8:30 AM till 4:30 PM M-F. Frederick County voting at 107 N. Kent Street 8:30 AM till 4:30

Read More »