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Twitter Most Resistant to Conspiracy Theories, Study Shows

twitter conspiracy theoriesTwitter is the most resistant to conspiracy theories among all social media platforms in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study shows. Credit: Nenad Stojkovic/ CC BY 2.0

Twitter is the most resistant to conspiracy theories among all social media platforms in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study shows.

During the coronavirus pandemic, social media has become a key channel for misinformation, fake news, propaganda, irrational theories, and, eventually, the polarization of users.

A new European study, led by a Greek researcher, has concluded that among social media, the medium which shows the greatest resistance to conspiracy theories and irrationality is Twitter.

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