A Professional Social Network Steps Up in a Big Way and an mRNA Discoverer Returns to Contributing to the Scientific Debate

A Professional Social Network Steps Up in a Big Way and an mRNA Discoverer Returns to Contributing to the Scientific Debate

LinkedIn recently stepped up and re-activated a prominent member’s account, Dr. Robert Malone. Considered one of the first, if not the very first inventor of mRNA-based breakthroughs, Dr. Malone is also a member of the TrialSite advisory committee. Why was Malone removed from LinkedIn, a stringent misinformation policy that doesn’t differentiate well between scientific dissent (good), versus misinformation (bad). But thanks to a solid executive in that company (now owned by Microsoft), the social network for professionals is graced again by Dr. Malone’s presence. But what about so many other people that fall into this social network filtering process—the undoubtedly hundreds if not thousands of others that are simply making well-intentioned dissenting positions? They shouldn't be censored and removed from their social media accounts. Nor should the government be telling social media companies what terms are misinformation. For example, if ivermectin is authorized for use in Slovakia or Indonesia that’s a fact, not a piece of misinformation. We cannot accept social media, prodded on by the government, to systematically and algorithmically shelter the people from knowing what’s goin...

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