Remember when Twitter blocked people from sharing the New York Post’s story on Hunter Biden’s laptop and suspended the Post for weeks until it took down its story? Well, Twitter wants you to believe that it’s taking yet another step in the fight against misinformation by partnering with the Associated Press and Reuters “to add accurate context.”

Reuters reports:

“Trust, accuracy and impartiality are at the heart of what Reuters does every day … those values also drive our commitment to stopping the spread of misinformation,” Hazel Baker, global head of UGC (user-generated content) newsgathering at Reuters, said in a statement.

Tom Januszewski, vice president of global business development at the AP, said: “We are particularly excited about leveraging AP’s scale and speed to add context to online conversations, which can benefit from easy access to the facts.”

That accurate context “could appear in various places on Twitter, such as a label attached to tweets about the event.”

The Reuters story even mentions Twitter’s “Birdwatch,” which as far as we know never actually did anything.

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