Twitter says it has begun labeling tweets that include misleading information about COVID-19 vaccines
The company said Monday that it has started using human reviewers to assess whether tweets violate its policy against COVID vaccine misinformation. Eventually, the work will be done by a combination of humans and automation, it said.
Twitter had already banned some COVID-related misinformation in December, including falsehoods about how the virus spreads, whether masks are effective and the risk of infection and death.
San Francisco-based Twitter said the new labels only apply to COVID vaccines, not others.