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Reddit users protest misinformation, pediatric cases trend upward, and countries change travel advisories. Here’s what you should know:
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Reddit moderators protest the rise of Covid misinformation online
In the past week, dozens of Reddit moderators coordinated a blackout to protest the company’s lax policies on Covid disinformation, making their subreddits private and posting messages critical of the platform. Reddit initially responded with statements about the importance of free speech, but on Wednesday reversed course and quarantined 54 Covid-denial subreddits, adding more hoops people need to jump through to join and
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