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    Anete Lusina (2020) ©
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Influencers are holding one another to account

Influencers are using their platforms to call out other influencers for irresponsible pandemic behavior. As social media goes largely unregulated, creators are taking responsibility for policing bad actors – though it could be an attempt to distinguish themselves as ‘good’ influencers.

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