Posted by Gareth Icke - memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 19 August 2021

Mob Rule? Twitter Rolls Out New Tools For Speedy Reporting Of COVID “Misinformation”

Big Tech and big social media have already tried censorship by committee with Facebook’s oversight board and the decision to permanently bar former President Trump from the platform. Now, they’re circling back to good old fashioned mob rule.

Twitter on Tuesday announced that it’s preparing to test a new feature that will allow users to report any COVID misinformation they spot on the platform. Users can already flag content they deem inappropriate (including misinformation). This new feature will allow them to specify the type of misinformation (is it political, perhaps COVID related?). All of this information will help twitter’s algorithms justify its removal from the platform more expeditiously, saving more readers from being exposed to harmful information that might lead them to question the official narrative.

According to the Verge, which got the scoop from Twitter, the new feature will be available starting Tuesday for most users in the US, Australia, and South Korea. Twitter said it expects to test-run it for a few months before deciding to roll it out to “additional markets.

Twitter insists reports will all be “reviewed” by a human, but in the past social media companies haven’t followed through on promises to review material before banning it, citing the imperative of acting quickly. If something gets enough complaints, or a call-out from Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is struggling to combat “misinformation” raised by Sen. Rand Paul about the NIH’s financing of illegal gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of virology, we suspect it will quickly be removed. As the Verge also points out, even the Surgeon General’s office has gotten in on the Biden Administrations’ propaganda push.

Twitter says whatever data it gleans from the test run will be used to calibrate its algorithms over the next few weeks. The project will focus particularly on tweets that have the potential to go viral.

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