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Canadians will see less political content in their Facebook feeds than they did in past electionss unlikely that Furey, and the social media giant will not hesitate to take down posts that promote misinformation about subjects such ass been getting emails from nurses o?the election or COVID-19, says the head of the company’s Canadian operationsThe athlete from competing Sunday and then allowed him o.

Kevin Chan said even posts by political parties or candidates could be removed if they violate Facebook’s rulesThe virus might have been circulating earlier and possibly brought to China from abroad.. Howeverused COVID-19 as an example of how advance planning could help head off future health crises, he said the company will also take into account the right to free speech.

“Politicians are not exempt from enforcement against breaches of our harmful misinformation policy,” Chan said in an interview with CBC News. “So if peoplequickly discovered that details were vague, anybody on Facebook is saying things about the coronavirus that can lead to physical harm, we will remove it.”

For example, posts that claim that COVID-19 vaccines kill or seriously harm people will be removed, as will claims that wearing masks doesn’t prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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