The outbreak of the new coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China, with all the misinformation and conspiracy that has followed it, has put the major social media companies to the test as they try to combat panic and paranoia. The big U. So have their Chinese counterparts—which are also under considerable government pressure as Beijing faces its worst legitimacy crisis in years. As the virus has spread, their platforms have played host to theories that the deadly virus is a lab-made bioweapon and that the streets of Wuhan are littered with thousands of dead bodies. Twitter has been a significant vector for misinformation around the virus, but the company has taken steps to actually put reliable medical information in the hands of users. Twitter has also moved to ban certain accounts spreading conspiracy theories—most prominently the long-running conspiracist site ZeroHedge. Google has taken a similar approach. Users using the search giant to look up information on the virus receive information from the World Health Organization, including details on how the virus is transmitted, as well as sensible precautions people can take, such as hand-washing tips. Google is generally cagey about how and when it removes or deprioritizes search results from its service, but searches for various coronavirus conspiracy theories turn up news agencies debunking those claims ahead of unreliable sites like Infowars and ZeroHedge.
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For those of us that are familiar with Reddit, we know it as a place to read, watch and comment on content or topics that are of interest to us. They have found a new online community to market their replicas. There are rules, known as reddiquette , and although there are user profiles, users tend to stay anonymous. The activity is on the subreddit pages themselves, as well as the Reddit homepage. As for the users themselves, it rivals Twitter with the amount of active users at million. The United States is the country with the most active users The steady increase in popularity of the platform in recent years makes it one of the most important ones for brands to monitor. It is now the sixth most visited website in the world. There are three main subreddits that are big alarm bells for fashion brands searching for fashion replicas: 1.
Deepfakes a portmanteau of " deep learning " and "fake"  are synthetic media  in which a person in an existing image or video is replaced with someone else's likeness. While the act of faking content is a not new, deepfakes leverage powerful techniques from machine learning and artificial intelligence to manipulate or generate visual and audio content with a high potential to deceive. Deepfakes have garnered widespread attention for their uses in celebrity pornographic videos , revenge porn , fake news , hoaxes , and financial fraud. Photo manipulation was developed in the 19th century and soon applied to motion pictures. Technology steadily improved during the 20th century, and more quickly with digital video. Deepfake technology has been developed by researchers at academic institutions beginning in the s, and later by amateurs in online communities.