研究表明:特朗普被推特封杀后,大选举舞弊谣言减少了73%

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Election misinformation dropped 73 percent following Trump's suspension from Twitter: research​

BY LEXI LONAS - 01/16/21 04:53 PM EST

Election misinformation dropped 73 percent following Trump's suspension from Twitter: research

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Misinformation surrounding the topic of election fraud dropped by 73 percent after President Trump and several others were suspended from mainstream social media accounts, according to research conducted by Zignal Labs.

The research firm reported that discourse around election fraud dropped from 2.5 million mentions across social media platforms to close to 688,000, following the president's permanent suspension from Twitter, according to The Washington Post.

Twitter first banned Trump's account shortly after a violent mob of his supporters attacked the Capitol building on Jan. 6. The platform said it was concerned that Trump's future posts could incite more violence after the Capitol riots left five people dead, including a Capitol Police officer.

Twitter announced after Trump's ban that it had also banned over 70,000 accounts linked to the QAnon conspiracy theory.

Facebook has indefinitely suspended Trump's account until at least President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, and YouTube also suspended his account temporarily.

The research studied online misinformation from Jan. 1 to Jan. 8, the week leading up to Trump’s suspension, and misinformation the week after Trump’s suspension from Jan. 9 to Jan. 15, according to the Post.

While Trump was on social media, he claimed repeatedly that the 2020 election was "rigged" and "stolen" due to widespread voter fraud. However, state and federal election officials as well as former Attorney General Bill Barr have stated that there was no substantial evidence of widespread voter fraud.

Popular hashtags that were used to spread election fraud misinformation also dropped significantly in the same time period, according to the research including #FightForTrump, which dropped 95.5 percent, and #HoldTheLine which dropped 94.3 percent.
While election fraud conspiracy theories have gone down online, mentions of "Qanon" and "Q" went up 15 percent. Many who attacked the Capitol claimed they were followers of Qanon conspiracy theories.

However, other Qanon popular phrases like “We Are the New Snow” and “QanonJapanFlynn” went down 98.6 percent and 95.5 percent, respectively.

After Trump was banned, he said he would go to a new social media platform or make his own. Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, and senior advisor, reportedly convinced him not to join Parler, a social media platform that touts free speech.

 

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嗯,把别人的嘴都堵上了,自己怎么说怎么对!:good: 这高招还是习大大想出来的呢!应该收专利费!:evil:
 

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就叫不谋而合。
 

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鬼扯 谣言减少的主要原因 是国民警卫队在议会大厦里中填子弹的镜头
 

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Election misinformation dropped 73 percent following Trump's suspension from Twitter: research​

BY LEXI LONAS - 01/16/21 04:53 PM EST

Election misinformation dropped 73 percent following Trump's suspension from Twitter: research's suspension from Twitter: research

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Misinformation surrounding the topic of election fraud dropped by 73 percent after President Trump and several others were suspended from mainstream social media accounts, according to research conducted by Zignal Labs.

The research firm reported that discourse around election fraud dropped from 2.5 million mentions across social media platforms to close to 688,000, following the president's permanent suspension from Twitter, according to The Washington Post.

Twitter first banned Trump's account shortly after a violent mob of his supporters attacked the Capitol building on Jan. 6. The platform said it was concerned that Trump's future posts could incite more violence after the Capitol riots left five people dead, including a Capitol Police officer.

Twitter announced after Trump's ban that it had also banned over 70,000 accounts linked to the QAnon conspiracy theory.

Facebook has indefinitely suspended Trump's account until at least President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, and YouTube also suspended his account temporarily.

The research studied online misinformation from Jan. 1 to Jan. 8, the week leading up to Trump’s suspension, and misinformation the week after Trump’s suspension from Jan. 9 to Jan. 15, according to the Post.

While Trump was on social media, he claimed repeatedly that the 2020 election was "rigged" and "stolen" due to widespread voter fraud. However, state and federal election officials as well as former Attorney General Bill Barr have stated that there was no substantial evidence of widespread voter fraud.

Popular hashtags that were used to spread election fraud misinformation also dropped significantly in the same time period, according to the research including #FightForTrump, which dropped 95.5 percent, and #HoldTheLine which dropped 94.3 percent.
While election fraud conspiracy theories have gone down online, mentions of "Qanon" and "Q" went up 15 percent. Many who attacked the Capitol claimed they were followers of Qanon conspiracy theories.

However, other Qanon popular phrases like “We Are the New Snow” and “QanonJapanFlynn” went down 98.6 percent and 95.5 percent, respectively.

After Trump was banned, he said he would go to a new social media platform or make his own. Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, and senior advisor, reportedly convinced him not to join Parler, a social media platform that touts free speech.

那么,“不作恶”呢?不也一样死了? 自己拉的屎自己吃回去了。
说别人容易,自己碰上了,就不顾吃相了。
 

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大选舞弊不是谣言 是事实 推特是想掩盖事实 和中宣部一样的手段 可以成功一时 终究会穿帮 給社会造成更大的损失和混乱 自己也会身败名裂
 

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这种自编自导数字的新闻就是用来骗傻比的,就和前几年说中华民族伟大复兴已经完成了67%一样。都知道就当个屁听听就好。你到好,自己闻,还要分享出去。
 
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