The social network had established rules in 2020 to stop the spread of “false and misleading information” about the virus and vaccines. At the time, Twitter pointed to the danger for people who use unscientific treatment methods or who could do without vaccinations. Of course, misinformation “from the other side” was and is also shared. The controversial Viennese “injection man” can continue to do mischief on Twitter. And the claim that the vaccination would protect against Covid infection now goes unpunished.