The allegation that German authorities deleted erroneous coronavirus posts on social media platforms
It has been claimed that the German government met with representatives of social media platforms to delete erroneous information shared on social media at the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic.
In the report of the Bild newspaper, it was claimed that the government held a meeting with the representatives of social media companies in order to demand that the posts criticizing the Coronavirus restrictions and giving misleading information about the epidemic be deleted.
It was argued that during the government of former German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the Ministry of Interior and the Press Information Department held secret meetings with the high-level representatives of Google and Facebook, and in these meetings, the spread of misinformation and disinformation observed on the platforms were discussed.
"Did the government delete the unpopular corona views?" In the news directed to the question, it was questioned whether the federal government had a hand in this restriction of freedom of expression in Germany.
It was claimed that Steffen Seibert, who was known as the government spokesperson of the time and a confidant of Merkel, and who is now the German Ambassador to Israel, attended the meeting at the Ministry of Interior.
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