In 2016, social media's disinformation crisis was terrifyingly exposed following revelations of meddling in the US election and perhaps the UK's EU referendum, although that has yet to come to light. Four years later, in the midst of a global health emergency, the situation remains totally out of control.
Scouring through social-media platforms for information about the novel coronavirusa disease that originated in Wuhan, China, in December and has since spread to...
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