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YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki.

YouTube has started showing fact-check cards debunking conspiracy theories and hoaxes

The feature is only available to a select number of Indian users at the moment, but YouTube says it will eventually be rolled out globally.
A book about QAnon was ranked as a top seller in Amazon's "Censorship & Politics" section.

A book about the bizarre QAnon theory — which claims Democrats eat babies — is now an Amazon best-seller and being boosted by the siteR...

The book contains wild accusations about Democratic involvement in child murders, and the federal government's engineering of pandemic diseases.
Man Made Epidemic, an anti-vaccine movie, is listed as Amazon's Choice.

It looks like Amazon stopped promoting an anti-vaccine movie as ‘Amazon’s Choice’

Amazon pulled anti-vax films from Prime Video after Rep. Adam Schiff expressed concerns about this. It removed the "Amazon's Choice" label from one.
Jacob Wohl is a prolific tweeter allegedly embroiled in a plot to take down Robert Mueller with false sexual assault accusations.

21-year-old conservative activist Jacob Wohl is banned from Twitter — here’s everything you need to know about him

Jacob Wohl is famous for securities fraud and supporting President Donald Trump. He recently made waves for trying to take down Robert Mueller.
Falling down the rabbit hole of YouTube videos.

YouTube is partially to blame for the rise in people believing the Earth is flat, according to a new study

Flat Earth videos are often recommended to people after they watch other conspiracy theory videos, the researchers found.
Shane Dawson at a Chuck E. Cheese's in Los Angeles.

Chuck E. Cheese’s denies YouTuber Shane Dawson’s conspiracy theory that it re-uses uneaten pizza slices from other customers

YouTube Shane Dawson suggested that Chuck E. Cheese's serves leftover slices to other customers, but the chain says it's false.
Amazon and Hulu feature "documentaries" about discredited and discriminatory conspiracy theories.

Amazon and Hulu’s algorithms are recommending conspiracy theory films, and the consequences could be more serious than you might think

Amazon and Hulu continue to recommend content that promotes conspiracy theories, despite an industry-wide effort to purge them.
The British monarchs have found themselves subjects of a number of wild conspiracy theories.

7 of the weirdest and most fascinating royal conspiracy theories

When it comes to conspiracy theories, royals are no exception — here are seven wild conspiracy theories about kings, queens, princes, and princesses.

YouTube says it will soon recommend fewer conspiracy theory videos on its platform

Examples of videos YouTube hopes to promote less often include ones that claim that the Earth is flat or promote phony cures for serious illnesses.
Apocalypse enthusiasts await the end of the world in 2012.

7 times people thought the world was going to end

From a comet in 1910 to Y2K, here are seven times that theories about the world ending became the subject of public fascination.