Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s role in banning conservatives from the platform is more hands-on than previously thought. Namely, the left-leaning silicon valley titan was involved in removing longtime Trump confidant Roger Stone from Twitter, reports Business Insider.
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey is reportedly getting more personally involved with blocking controversial accounts on the platform, a departure from an earlier, long-held ethos that the company is the “free-speech wing of the free-speech party.” [..]
He would ask Twitter’s head of trust and safety, Del Harvey, to take action when abuse directly impacted celebrities or other high-profile users, the report said.
Per the Fast Company source: “Jack was making those [kinds of] calls. They were very smart about it — you’re not going to find a paper trail.
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