73% of those polled said they support having social media platforms remove posts that “probably have false information”. What could possibly go wrong?
California proposes to ban doctors from saying anything about Covid that is not part of the current “scientific consensus”. What could possibly go wrong? Everything.
WHO says Musk has a responsibility to ensure that Twitter only has factual health information. But take a look at some of the things WHO posted on Twittter …
In an inconsistent twist, Twitter staff are said to be distraught that Musk will undo censorship features they implemented (but denied they had implemented). What?
Twitter was just acquired by Elon Musk. The company, fearful of retribution by staff, has locked down the source code to prevent sabotage by employees. What does that say about the company culture?
A large percentile increase in a very teeny, tiny number is described as “droves” and “pouring in”. Bad reporting.
Zuckerburg’s ownership of Facebook and Instagram, billionaire Jack Dorsey’s prior control of Twitter, and Jeff Bezos’ ownership of The Washington Post are all okay – but Musk buying Twitter to open it up for free speech is bad. These arguments against Musk buying Twitter are not making a lot of sense.
Ridiculous and pointless frightening headline keeps everyone in a state of anxiety and acts as click-bait. This was from more than a day ago. A day later, we – surprise! – survived.
Russian officials denounce the West while simultaneously sending their kids to universities and jet set lifestyles in Europe and the U.S. They pretend to believe their own propaganda that the West is evil.