Sean Adl-Tabatabai – Twitter had declared that access to its platform is a basic “human right,” despite the company’s massive censorship campaign against millions of conservatives and Trump supporters.
Twitter’s statement came in response to Nigeria’s decision to ban the Big Tech network over the censorship of a tweet from Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari that condemned attacks on public infrastructure in the country’s southeast region, including arson attacks on government offices and police stations
“We are deeply concerned by the blocking of Twitter in Nigeria,” Twitter said in retaliation. Continue reading “Twitter Declares Itself A ‘Human Right’ Despite Banning Millions of Conservatives”
Annaliese Levy – Project Veritas founder and CEO James O’Keefe’s Twitter account was suspended Thursday for violations of “manipulation and spam,” the social media platform said.
O’Keefe’s permanent suspension comes one day after he released secretly-recorded clips of a CNN staffer admitting to pushing an anti-Trump narrative on the network and using “propaganda” to get Trump out of office during the 2020 election.
O’Keefe said he plans to sue Twitter for defamation. Continue reading “James O’Keefe vows to sue Twitter”
Annaliese Levy – Project Veritas released a video recording Thursday of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey suggesting the company has plans to take further action beyond the removal of President Donald Trump’s Twitter account.
In the video, Dorsey can be heard telling his staff that the ban is going to be much bigger than just Trump’s account.
Continue reading “Twitter CEO has a ‘much bigger’ plan than Trump ban”
Brooks Agnew – Former United States President Barack Obama is denouncing conservative media as “the single biggest threat to our democracy.” In his most recent effort to increase governmental control over news and technology companies, Mr. Obama contended that Facebook, Twitter and other media platforms needed to use stronger censorship to stop conservatives from spreading “crazy lies and conspiracy theories.”
“The First Amendment doesn’t require private companies to provide a platform for any view that is out there,” Mr. Obama told the Atlantic on Nov. 11, 2020. “At the end of the day, we’re going to have to find a combination of government regulations and corporate practices that address this, because it’s going to get worse. … If we do not have the capacity to distinguish what’s true from what’s false, then by definition the marketplace of ideas doesn’t work. And by definition our democracy doesn’t work.” Continue reading “Tech-Terrorism”
Emily Zanotti – Despite Twitter’s best efforts at slowing the spread of a New York Post story alleging evidence of international influence peddling within the Biden family, the story blanketed social media, becoming the lead political story last week, according to a Wednesday report from Axios.
“Facebook and Twitter’s frantic attempts to stop the spread of the New York Post’s Hunter Biden story didn’t prevent the article from becoming the top story about the election on those platforms last week, according to data from NewsWhip,” Axios noted. Continue reading “NY Post’s Hunter Biden Laptop Story Topped Social Media Despite Twitter Censorship”