Gallery is a blood test that can help detect up to 50 types of cancer before symptoms emerge. In an email sent yesterday, Grail Inc., which makes the test, said 400 customers were incorrectly sent letters suggesting they had cancer. It's unclear where the impacted patients live. Grail said the error was not due to incorrect test results but rather a software issue and added that all of the patients have been contacted without compromising their privacy.
YouTube will no longer remove videos with misinformation about the 2020 election or claims that the election was "stolen," after a change to their internal policies. Since December 2020, the platform said it has removed tens of thousands of videos making false claims that the election was stolen from former president Donald Trump or that there was widespread fraud. In a blog post, the Google-owned service wrote that "while removing this content does curb some misinformation, it could also have the unintended effect of curtailing political speech without meaningfully reducing the risk of violence or other real-world harm."