While mapping false information may seem like a fool's errand, it actually provides an interesting sociological approach to looking at how information spreads and the methodology of sourcing. These frequent blunders can be used to help fine-tune and regulate how information is sourced.
While many forms of social media are shifting from their traditional, casual uses to something more fact-based during the pandemic, users can learn lessons about how fast companies can make changes when they choose to be active.
User-based Covid-19 tracking and reminders may concern some as an invasion of privacy. Yet, these methods also allow us to reengage in social activities where we might not be able to otherwise.