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Jack Dorsey: “I do not celebrate” Trump’s Twitter ban

The Next Web Thursday, 14 January 2021 ()
Just a few days ago, Twitter banned outgoing President Donald Trump, taking away his favorite distraction. While many welcomed the move as a preventative step for future violence following the unprecedented attack on the US Capitol, others condemned it as an overreach. Not all of the latter were necessarily Trump supporters either; German Chancellor Angela Merkel called the move “problematic,” a sentiment shared by some who worry about the power held by major social media companies. The fact that Facebook, Instagram,  YouTube, and Snapchat implemented restrictions of their own only added fuel to the fire. Today Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey took…

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Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey said on Wednesday that banning President Donald Trump from its social media platform after last week's violence at the US Capitol was the right decision, but said it sets a dangerous precedent. San Francisco-based Twitter last week removed Trump's account, which...

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