YouTube hopes to help mitigate misinformation and, according to the video platform, they will. Remove all videos that incorrectly link the COVID-19 virus to 5G. According to a YouTube spokesman "We also have clear guidelines that prohibit videos that promote medically unfounded methods of preventing the coronavirus instead of seeking medical care, and we quickly remove videos that violate these guidelines if they fail us be reported."
They add: "We also started reducing recommendations for borderline content, such as conspiracy theories related to 5G and coronavirus, that could maliciously misinform users." For those who are wondering What It's Lately About It has been reported that some 5G antennas have been set on fire in the UK.
This is due to incorrect information claiming 5G is somehow the cause of the COVID-19 virus (it is not). This has led to excessive panic and damage to telecommunications equipment, which is crucial for our attempts to stay connected at home in these difficult times. Filed in. Read more about 5g, Coronavirus, Covid-19, Health and YouTube. Source: Theguardian