Right. In some circumstances, it can be difficult to know whether these claims are true or false. Is there any way that the parties themselves are policing these sort of claims?
Exactly. You were talking about how the supporters of one party will be motivated or incentivized to perhaps characterize people from the other side negatively.
Sorry. I’m still taking notes from the last one.
Yes. Do you see photoshopped versions of those clarification cards circulating?
To bring it back to the clarification cards that you showed before, did those get manipulated?
You mentioned false perceptions. Are there any other major false perceptions you think dominate the Taiwanese polity other than the fact that there’s more agreement than is apparent?
When you do see harassment on the platform, is it around particular divisive issues? You shared that wonderful graph of the divisive issues that soak up a lot of our time. What are the divisive issues that dominate here?
I’m Tom. I’m also a UX researcher on the civic integrity team. We have very similar roles. I have a slight more quantitative bent, but otherwise, same, same.