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Twitter stops policing Covid misinformation

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Twitter is no longer enforcing its Covid-19 misleading information policy after the website appeared to outline the latest update. NBC News’ Gadi Schwartz is joined by Wall Street Journal tech reporter Tim Higgins to look at the new changes that seem to be a part of Elon Musk’s greater push for what he calls “free speech” on the platform.