Twitter Moderators Knew the 'Russian Bots' List Was Fake: Twitter Files
Summary by Ground NewsTwitter content moderators knew that a “Russian bots list” used by mainstream media to discredit unwelcome political viewpoints was fake, but ultimately remained silent on it due to fears of bad press, according to newly unveiled internal email exchanges.
Published 2 months ago · S F, United States
Twitter emails show hedging on Russian bot theory despite public silence
Twitter executives were privately appalled by false claims that Russian bots had overtaken the platform and were being used to peddle right-wing talking points, but they declined to publicly push back as the fable swept headlines, the latest set of the "Twitter Files" reveals.
2 months ago·Washington, United StatesRead Full Article
The Twitter Files 15: Exposing Think Tank Influence On Spreading Russia Bots Hoax, List of Regular User Accounts
The latest installment of the Twitter Files has revealed that even executive Yoel Roth, who was at the heart of suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story and removal of President Trump, had some standards.
2 months ago·San Diego, United StatesRead Full Article
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Twitter Files Exposes the Next Great Media Fraud
These are quotes by Twitter executives about Hamilton 68, a digital "dashboard" that claimed to track Russian influence and was the source of hundreds if not thousands of mainstream print and TV news stories in the Trump years.
2 months ago·Chicago, United StatesRead Full Article
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