TECHMEDIA
Voices of Dissent Fall Victim to Twitter’s Now Permanent Ban Hammer
TECHMEDIA

Voices of Dissent Fall Victim to Twitter’s Now Permanent Ban Hammer

Published: November 18, 2019  |  5 min read, 1045 words
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It’s an open secret. The deep state is working hand in hand with Silicon Valley social media giants like Twitter, Facebook and Google to control the flow of information. That includes suppressing, censoring and sometimes outright purging dissenting voices – all under the guise of fighting fake news and Russian propaganda. Most recently, it was revealed that Twitter’s senior editorial executive for Europe, the Middle East and Africa is an active officer in the British Army’s 77th Brigade, a unit dedicated to online warfare and psychological operations. In other words: he specializes in... READ MORE
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Lack of Reliable Sources
November 19, 2019
Lack of Reliable Sources
A fabrication to rival 9-11 conspiracies, except with more details and less evidence to push the fallacy.
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Political Agenda
November 18, 2019
Political Agenda
Trying to push a narrative that does not exist. This is an Op Ed with nary a single source.
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Lack of Reliable Sources
November 23, 2019
Lack of Reliable Sources
This article is a total fabrication lacking in credible sources. This type of article is part of the disinformation wave across the internet.
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Sensational
November 19, 2019
Sensational
My issue with this article is with the sensationalism and speculation at the beginning where it references Twitter hiring a "senior editorial executive for Europe, the Middle East and Africa is an active officer in the British Army’s 77th Brigade, a unit dedicated to online warfare and psychological operations." To me, it's more likely that Twitter hired this individual to help secure Twitter and keep disinformation campaigns off of the platform. It's the same as a company hiring a professional hacker. THey're not doing it so the hacker can compromise their system, they're doing it so the hacker can use his or her blackhat skills to test the integrity of the platform.
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