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Musk’s partisan tweets call Twitter neutrality into question

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Elon Musk, who bought Twitter for $44 billion, has expressed political views in the past, on and off the platform. But a direct endorsement of one party over another now that he owns it raises questions about Twitter's ability to remain neutral under his rule.
Published 3 months ago · S F, United States

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Musk's partisan tweets call Twitter neutrality into question

Elon Musk used his Twitter megaphone to appeal to “independent-minded voters” on Monday, urging them to vote Republican in Tuesday’s U.S.

3 months ago·United States
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Musk's partisan tweets call Twitter neutrality into question

In their policies and content moderation, tech companies have taken great pains to appear politically neutral, even as they receive criticism for favouritism

3 months ago·Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Musk's partisan tweets call Twitter neutrality into question

Elon Musk used his Twitter megaphone to appeal to “independent-minded voters” on Monday, urging them to vote Republican in Tuesday’s U.S. midterm elections, stepping into the country’s political debate that tech company executives have for years worked to stay out of so their platforms wouldn’t be seen as favoring one side over the other.

3 months ago·San Antonio, United States
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Musk’s partisan tweets call Twitter neutrality into question ahead of midterms

World's richest man uses his new platform to boost Republicans, wading into political debate that tech leaders have mostly avoided and stoking concerns about effects on Democracy

3 months ago·Jerusalem, Israel
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Musk’s partisan tweets call Twitter neutrality into question

Elon Musk used his Twitter megaphone to appeal to “independent-minded voters” on Monday, urging them to vote Republican in Tuesday’s U.S. midterm elections and stepping into the country’s political debate that tech company executives have largely tried to stay out of — so their platforms wouldn’t be seen as favoring one side over the other.Musk, who bought Twitter for $44 billion, has expressed political views in the past, on and off the platfor…

3 months ago·Chicago, United States
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Musk’s partisan tweets call Twitter neutrality into question

Elon Musk used his Twitter megaphone to appeal to “independent-minded voters” on Monday, urging them to vote Republican in Tuesday’s U.S. midterm elections and stepping into the country’s political debate that tech company executives have largely tried to stay out of — so their platforms wouldn’t be seen as favoring one side over the other. […]

3 months ago·Richmond, United States
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