racked up millions of views in a matter of days. Facebook, Twitter and YouTube scrambled to take it down — too late. But they were ready for the sequel, which failed to attract even a fraction of the attention of the first. “Sharing disinformation about COVID is a danger because it makes it harder for us to fight the disease," Zuckerman said. “Similarly, sharing disinformation about voting is an attack on our democracy.”Unsurprisingly, it's been easier for tech giants to act decisively on matters of public health than on politics.
Corporate bans of the U.S. president and his supporters have led to loud, if generally unfounded, cries of censorship as well as charges of left-wing bias.