This week I've been on BBC Politics Live about the steps forward with the COVID vaccine. We talked about what role social media companies play in precenting the spread of false information about vaccines.
It's a difficult one to manage because whilst I agree that there surely must be a role and a way to better manage the spread of false information on social media etc, I'm also really concerned about the idea of giving tech companies the power and the ability to decide what is right and wrong, or what should be given a platform and what should not.
Perhaps in the long term it's more about educating people and us all understanding that we should not believe everything we read - as most of us already know - rather than about policing what people say?
Take a look here to see the full discussion