Coronavirus Censorship: Social Media Companies Partner With WHO To Censor Info

Social media companies have made the decision to partner with ‘health authorities,’ such as government officials like those who work for the CDC, to combat so-called “misinformation” about the coronavirus, which implies censorship of alternative points of view. Last week, the social media app TikTok, popular with youths and young adults, announced it would be partnering with the UN’s World Health Organization (WHO) in an effort to spread “trusted” information on the coronavirus.

Social media companies have made the decision to partner with “health authorities” (government officials like those who work for the CDC) to combat “misinformation” about the coronavirus. We all know what this means. Under the mainstream media’s seemingly innocent words lies a rash of new censorship coming down the pipes.

Only the official narrative from those in the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will soon be allowed on social media. Last week, the social media app TikTok, popular with youths and young adults, announced it would be partnering with the WHO in an effort to spread veritable information on the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, in addition to best public health practices.

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we’ve teamed up with @WHO to get you the trusted health info you need

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