Majority of anti-vaccine ads on Facebook were funded by two groups

By Lena H. Sun, November 15, 2019, The Washington Post The majority of Facebook advertisements spreading misinformation about vaccines were funded by two anti-vaccine groups, including one led by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., according to a study published this week. The World Mercury Project, headed by Kennedy, and a California-based organization called Stop Mandatory Vaccination…

Facebook Audit Proves Bias Against Conservatives, Company Makes Changes

After several years of complains from conservatives about a biases from the platform, Facebook has officially announced changes to assuage the concerns from right wing groups and conservatives. One change seems inconsequential but will allow certain conservatives organizations to finally advertise on Facebook. As Tim Pool reports, Facebook is reluctant to admit the bias exists…

Tim Pool Invited to White House “Social Media Summit”

Independent journalist Tim Pool was invited by the President to attend a White House Social Media Summit that takes place tomorrow and he goes into why he will attend. Just in time for tomorrow’s event, Facebook changed its community standards policy to allow threats of violence against people or organizations they consider dangerous. PHOTO CREDIT:…

Crack Downs on Anti-Vaccine Information Are a Mistake

Digital Trends reports that Google, Facebook, and Twitter are attempting to crack down on misinformation on vaccines and other claims about cancer cures, weight loss, etc. In my view, this is a mistake. I realize there is a propensity to seek to stop or prevent what is viewed as disinformation. However, restricting or outright prohibiting…