The ‘Misinformation’ Excuse for Censorship



The Twitter user “Interpolations” points us to these responses to an Atlantic article that questioned student masking:

The Atlantic piece was written by an epidemiology professor at UC-San Francisco, Vinay Prasad, who concluded that the potential harms of masking young children may outweigh the benefits. He wrote nothing factually incorrect that I am aware of, and neither of the Twitter critics pictured above deigned to specify what they found. They have taken what is simply an opposing viewpoint and rebranded it as “misinformation,” hoping the label will lead to censorship.

Twitter-censored-2 by EFF Photos is licensed under Flickr CC BY 2.0

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