The big picture would have remained blurred in my mind had it not been for Facebook’s curious decision. As you probably know, social media platforms have taken a series of steps to combat disinformation and misinformation regarding the coronavirus pandemic.
Among other things, those corporations did not want the anti-vaccine movement to disseminate their messages online.
As a result, Facebook and others effectively censored allegations pertaining to the alleged link between vaccines and infertility – as well as the claim that vaccines contain microchips.
Another censored question was whether the coronavirus had emerged naturally or had been manufactured in a Chinese lab.
More recently, Facebook announced that it would stop censoring the allegation that COVID-19 was man-made or artificially manufactured.
In other words, the social media giant effectively said that its users were…