Why QAnon is disappearing from online view

Posted on AllSides May 26th, 2021
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Specific language about the QAnon conspiracy theory has all but disappeared from mainstream public social media platforms, new research concludes.

Driving the news: Researchers from the Atlantic Council's Digital Forensics Lab found that the volume of QAnon content available online plummeted following major moderation and policy moves from Google, Facebook and Twitter.

Details: Researchers analyzed more than 45 million mentions of QAnon catchphrases and related terms from April 1, 2020 to April 1, 2021 on both mainstream platforms and alternative ones such Gab and Parler.

Terms included popular QAnon phrases including "the storm," "the great awakening," "save...

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