Pinterest cracks down on climate change misinformation

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Photo and video-sharing social media platform Pinterest announced on Wednesday new guidelines prohibiting content containing climate change misinformation, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The platform said it would remove user or advertiser posts that deny the "existence or impact of climate change," the Journal writes. The update will go into effect on Wednesday.

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