Government cracks down on coronavirus fake news

Government cracks down on coronavirus fake news

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The government is cracking down on misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic.
A rapid response unit within the Cabinet Office is working with social media firms to remove fake news and harmful content.
Culture Secretary Oliv…
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