Meta has an official policy to combat misinformation campaigns that could flare up before the upcoming 2022 U.S. Midterm elections. Facebook will offer better access to official information.
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Statistics regarding YouTube's handling of misinformation were shared today. They revealed that YouTube had removed over one million videos containing COVID-19 misinformation since February 2020.
Microsoft has announced some changes to its PAC, a major one being suspending donations to Congress members who voted against election certification for the "duration of the 2022 election cycle".
Google's YouTube has announced that any channels posting videos with false claims about the U.S. presidential election results will now be met with a strike, in response to recent violent events.
Facebook has outlined the measures it will take during the U.S. presidential election to ensure that misinformation cannot spread rapidly. With these measures, it hopes to make the election fairer.
Twitter says that it will send emails to more than half a million Americans to let them know that accounts they interacted with were actually phony Russian bots run by the Internet Research Agency.
Google has offered RT some reprieve. In a report, following Twitter's canceling ads with the news outlet last week, Google says there's no evidence RT manipulated its video sharing website YouTube.