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This is part two in a series. Read part one here.

The online conspiracy business has real world consequences. Medical professionals are concerned that claims from unqualified influencers are increasingly thriving in a vacuum of trust. 

In Samoa last year an outbreak of measles killed over 80 children. At the same time, online anti-vaxxer entrepreneur Tay Winterstein compared the Samoan government to Nazi Germany after Samoa enforced vaccination.