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The CEO of Twitter is hinting at the violent overthrow of Donald Trump through inuendo.
This comes days after it was revealed Twitter has been “censoring” their users.
How are they being censored?
By “limiting” accounts so tweets that are “objectionable” will not be retweeted.
While the social media company appears to be treading water after a rough past few months, which includes a number of high-level staff departures and a relatively sinking stock price, Twitter Founder Jack Dorsey sees his platform’s influence in society remaining largely the same, if not growing.
“A lot of the same patterns we’ve seen during the Iranian Green Revolution and the Arab Spring,” Dorsey said Wednesday at a tech conference hosted by Goldman Sachs, according to Fortune. “It was stunning to see how Twitter was being used to have a conversation about the government, with the government.”
The Arab Spring, despite media propaganda, is not a “non violent” or peaceful revolution.
In fact, many leaders died, and some civil wars began, for example Egypt, Libya, and most recently the Syrian crisis.
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