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Doubling Down on Social Media Censorship

Free speech and open research is no longer appropriate
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This is my second discussion with Sean Kaufman MPH, CPH this year. The link to our first discussion in January 2023 is below.

This time we are focused on a recent paper on censorship and the updated YouTube medical misinformation guidelines.

Time codes are below.



Full YouTube Policy can be found here >


Sule S, DaCosta MC, DeCou E, Gilson C, Wallace K, Goff SL. Communication of COVID-19 Misinformation on Social Media by Physicians in the US. JAMA Netw Open. 2023;6(8):e2328928. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2023.28928

Timecodes

0:00 Intro
3:57 Sean introduces himself
6:20 How does he feel about current Public Health strategy
8:15 If you censor, there is no leeway for a mistake
10:30 Updated YouTube Medical Misinformation
14:26 Should COVID-19 denial be misinformation
18:24 Thoughts on masking
21:53 Is there anything that can be done now?
24:01 Review of JAMA paper
27:24 Who stated misinformation initially
30:08 Results of the JAMA study
33:15 Looking at specific points of misinformation
35:30 Another point of misinformation about vaccine efficacy
37:54 Triple vaxxed dying - misinformation
40:18 Most of the population lacks critical thinking
42:20 The groups of Covid ideology. Any chance of pulling them together
45:00 Can Public health stop a looming disaster?
47:35 Conclusion of the JAMA paper
50:30 Who should the public listen to?

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