Perhaps you, like me, live in a city where some of your fellow citizens have decided to engage in a sticker campaign with anti-vaccine and conspiracy-minded messages. It is not just light vandalism; they are advertisements for misinformation. Maybe you, like me, attempt to peel them off when you see them, but wish you could correct their mistaken message instead.
Well, good news: Context Center, a project by Aram Zucker-Scharff, has a free printable sticker design with a QR code that points to the U.N.’s vaccine debunking page. Is it legal to put these stickers on things you do not own? Probably not. Would I rather see these than yet more fear mongering nonsense? I sure would.
This probably has no effect on the conspiracy committed. They have found their narrative and have built their world around it. But for those who are maybe questioning health authorities because of some nonsense they have seen, this may help provide better information. I do not know if this is the best way to fix these issues, but it sure beats doing nothing.