Internet Against Coronavirus
These three technology titans have set out to help in the fight against misinformation and false news on coronavirus. So that the epidemic does not create more social alarm than necessary. Considering that there are already at least a hundred registered and confirmed deaths for the 2019 because of coronavirus(covid-19 news).
Facebook fights on fake news that spread like a coronavirus through the social network. They are trying to stop it from reaching more number of people.
Fake News On Internet – Covid-19 news
He is also working to eliminate other posts like ‘Oregano oil proves to be effective against coronavirus ‘. A publication widely shared on the social network. At the moment, there is no cure for the disease, although a vaccine is being worked on.
The platform has verification and artificial intelligence teams specialized in identifying fake news on coronavirus (covid-19 news). If an information verifier qualifies a content as false, it will appear below in the news section.
CoronaVirus update – False Treatments – Covid-19 news
These analysts have found a wide range of coronavirus claims as false, including false treatments.
We remember that, as users, we can also report a story as false on coronavirus (covid19 news). Disseminating erroneous information can complicate the work of professionals in a public health crisis.
YouTube , owned by Google, is also prioritizing more credible sources and fighting fake content. Such as videos that claim there have been more deaths and contagions than have actually occurred due to coronavirus(covid-19 news).
In October 2018, Google, Facebook and Twitter – among other platforms – launched a code of good practices of a self-regulatory nature regarding disinformation. In general, the three technology giants maintain specific policies around health-related publications. With the aim of ensuring that digital debates do not cause damage in the real world on a subject as sensitive as this.
Youtube demonetized videos
Earning an extra salary at the expense of such a serious and worrying topic as the Wuhan coronavirus will no longer be so easy on YouTube. The video platform has included it among its ‘sensitive topics’ and as such, as its advertiser-friendly content guidelines dictate, it cannot be monetized .
Youtube technology demonetized the videos that talk about the coronavirus(covid-19 news). The platform has ‘updated’ its monetization policy in terms of ‘delicate events’, among which it has added as such to ‘global health crises’.
Tiktok reports Coronavirus Update
YouTube labels the coronavirus ‘sensitive issue’ and as such cannot be monetized. YouTube labels the coronavirus ‘sensitive issue’ and as such cannot be monetized 20BITS.
Earning an extra salary at the expense of such a serious and worrying topic as the Wuhan coronavirus will no longer be so easy on YouTube. The video platform has included it among its ‘sensitive topics’ and as such. As its advertiser-friendly content guidelines dictate. It cannot be monetized .
This information has been warned by the Business Insider news portal and can be seen reflected in an explanatory video by a YouTube worker on Creator Insider. A channel where they share updates and modifications to the platform.
The worker immediately switches to the next topic and no more information is given about it. He does not specify in which type of accounts he has demonetized the videos that talk about the coronavirus(covid-19 news) .
Doubts arise about whether it will affect only the influencers and youtubers who want to make their August using the COVID-19 news as a claim. If other content, such as that produced by the media, will suffer the measure. The platform does not clarify it.
For YouTube, according to its ‘Guidelines for the advertiser’ , “a sensitive event is usually an unforeseen event in which there has been a loss of life. Generally as a result of a pre-planned malicious attack.”