SUPPRESSED: Facebook censored over 100 million posts for so-called coronavirus “misinformation” | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

SUPPRESSED: Facebook censored over 100 million posts for so-called coronavirus “misinformation”

Between April and June 2020, Facebook removed seven million posts about the coronavirus for what it deemed to be “harmful” information about the coronavirus. This is on top of putting warning labels on 98 million posts across both Facebook and Instagram during the second quarter of 2020 for containing “misleading” coronavirus misinformation.

Most of the posts censored by Facebook only had warning labels applied to them. However, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had previously revealed that those labels have almost the same effect as removing the posts. He confirmed that the warnings dissuade users from clicking through to content 95 percent of the time.

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