by Kit Knightly at Off Guardian
Afew days ago YouTube amended their Covid19 Misinformation policy, changing it so it now applies to all things medical.
The original policy was put in place in the early days of the pandemic, May 2020, and outlawed content in the video sharing platform that “contradicted the WHO or local health authorities” concerning the pandemic:
Over the years it’s been regularly updated, outright banning all “vaccine misinformation” in late 2021.
The latest revamp is the biggest so far. The new “medical misinformation policy” – no longer just “covid19 misinformation” – now addresses cancer treatments, abortion and non-Covid vaccines, according to CNN.
A YouTube spokesman told the media that the new policy will be focusing on three key areas: “Prevention, treatment and denial”:…Continue Reading