Journalists and academics should collaborate in the fight against COVID-19 misinformation, argues Rasmus Nielsen at Global Fact 7.
Journalist Joey D’Urso gives an overview of how platforms have responded to COVID-19 and how that response may evolve in the months ahead.
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