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Our research found that posts that came from influencers, as well as women without enormous numbers of followers, and that cited scientists or other scholars, received more likes, comments, retweets and hashtags.
The scientist has gained popularity as Covid’s excitable play-by-play announcer. But some experts want to pull his plug.
“While a single disinformation campaign may have a specific objective — for instance, changing public opinion about a political candidate or policy — pervasive disinformation works at a more profound level to undermine democratic societies.”
“It is not common for a parliamentary inquiry to have to rebut the dodgy scientific claims it receives in the form of public submissions.”