Digital marketer Mailchimp will no longer provide services to newsletters and users that spread anti-vaccination content, according to NBC News.
Mailchimp began removing anti-vaccination activists from its platform earlier this week.
Over the past six months, the spread of vaccine misinformation has been under scrutiny. Earlier this year, Amazon removed anti-vaccination documentaries from its Prime Video service. Facebook also plans to reduce the spread of vaccination misinformation on its platform.
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