Facebook Australia has introduced a new initiative designed to ensure high-profile social media influencers aren’t spreading misinformation about

Facebook Australia has introduced a new initiative designed to ensure high-profile social media influencers aren’t spreading misinformation about .

The ‘Don’t Be a Mis-Influencer’ campaign provides content creators and celebrities with toolkits and resources to help them identify fake facts and stem the spread.  

Reality television star Abbie Chatfield, who has led the way in positive messaging about the Covid vaccines and www.sandbox.google.nl mandates, was the first to address the campaign on her platform.

‘All social media users have a responsibility to fact check the information they’re sharing…The last few years have showed us the power social media holds, for good and bad,’ she said.  

‘We don’t want to spread misinformation because when you spread something, shiatsu definition that means all your followers see it and they think it’s true and it gets ingrained into their brains.  

Facebook Australia has introduced a new initiative designed to ensure high-profile social media influencers aren't spreading misinformation about Covid-19

Facebook Australia has introduced a new initiative designed to ensure high-profile social media influencers aren’t spreading misinformation about Covid-19

Reality television star Abbie Chatfield, who has led the way in positive messaging about the Covid vaccines and mandates, was the first to address the campaign on her platform

Reality television star Abbie Chatfield, who has led the way in positive messaging about the Covid vaccines and mandates, was the first to address the campaign on her platform

‘Giving creators the tools to identify misinformation will hopefully create a trickle down effect and lessen the amount of misinformation spread by all users across platforms.’

Using targeted advertising techniques and pre-existing partner relationships, resources will be shared with influencers for them to reference when posting relevant content.

Creators are also encouraged to post tips from the toolkit to encourage followers not to post misinformation and https://solitaryisle.tumblr.com/ help educate them on how best to counter it. 

The move comes as influencers have been increasingly called out for j.u.dyquny.uteng.kengop.enfuyuxen@telecom.uu.ru sharing beliefs that aren’t rooted in scientific fact.

Chloe Szepanowski lost at least 30,000 followers after revealing she would not be taking the Covid vaccine and encouraging young, impressionable fans to consider alternative treatments.

Szepanowski lives with Orval and their one-year-old son Arti on the Gold Coast in Queensland, a state largely unaffected by the Covid pandemic

Szepanowski lives with Orval and their one-year-old son Arti on the Gold Coast in Queensland, shirts with logo reflective a state largely unaffected by the Covid pandemic

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