Twitter CEO Elon Musk releases second part of internal Twitter Files, in which he addresses free expression restrictions . Mr Musk retweeted the story, which was first posted by independent journalist Bari Weiss .
On Friday morning, Twitter CEO Elon Musk released the second part of the internal Twitter Files, in which the social media giant addresses free expression restrictions.Mr Musk retweeted the story, which was first posted by independent journalist Bari Weiss, and revealed more dark secrets about the social media site.Another article: Read about Elon Musk's Twitter Files, which reveals details about Hunter Biden's project.Ms. Weiss wrote in a series of posts that Twitter used shadow blocking to block the visibility of tweets from far-right thinkers.She said that many right-wing thinkers were listed on the Search Blacklist and the Trends Blacklist, preventing their tweets from appearing on the microblogging site.We do not have a shadow ban, according to Twitters Vijaya Gadde (then Head of Legal Policy and Trust) and Kayvon Beykpour (Head of Product).We certainly do not shadow ban based on partisanship or ideology, Weiss writes.According to Weiss, the practice of suppressing conservative voices is called Visibility Filtering or VF internally, which Twitter executives and staff refer to.She tweeted that multiple high-level sources confirmed its meaning.Featured Video Of The Day Watch: As the BJP wins in Gujarat, crackers burst and sweets are ready.
2. Twitter once had a mission “to give everyone the power to create and share ideas and information instantly, without barriers.” Along the way, barriers nevertheless were erected.— Bari Weiss (@bariweiss) December 9, 2022