Biden says Facebook isn’t ‘killing people’ but Covid misinformation causes harm

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Joe Biden has tempered his assessment that social media platforms are ‘killing people’ by hosting misinformation about the Covid-19 vaccines, saying that he hoped they would not take it ‘personally’. He added that vaccine misinformation on Facebook can harm people and the point of his rhetoric was to ramp up pressure on the companies to take action and save lives

Biden calls on Facebook to tackle misinformation after saying it’s ‘killing people’

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