Last month, Cheep appear a set of rules to analyze and label tweets with manipulated media, as a way of aggressive misinformation on its platform. Last night, it tagged the first tweet with “manipulated media” — a adapted Joe Biden video retweeted by the US President Donald Trump.

The edited video, originally tweeted by White House social media administrator Dan Scavino on Saturday, shows Biden talking about re-electing Trump in at an event in Missouri. 

For context, this is the full video. It has been edited in a way to trick the viewer into assertive Biden is acknowledging Trump.


However, the tag wasn’t arresting to all users. Cheep said the label showed up only if the tweet appeared on someone’s timeline — not when you searched for it or clicked on it. The aggregation told Reuters it was alive on fixing this bug.

As The Washington Post noted, the social media aggregation wasn’t swift enough to apply the label. It was activated 18 hours after the aboriginal tweet went up.

Previously, Cheep has been quite afraid about taking action adjoin any of Trump’s tweets. It has tried to absolve its stance by saying the President’s tweets are “newsworthy,” and that’s why they should not be taken down, even if they breach Twitter’s terms. Last year, the aggregation rolled out a new policy advertence it will de-list politicians’ bannable tweets, but won’t delete them.

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