Jul 31, 2023

Twitter accused of bullying anti-hate campaigners

The owners of Twitter have been accused of trying to "Bully" anti-hate campaigners into silence with letters threatening legal action. The old Twitter sign has been removed from its headquarters and an "X" placed on the roof. Since Mr Musk took over Twitter, the platform has been accused - including by former employees - of not doing enough to counter hate-speech and misinformation. In the letter to the CCDH, X Corp lawyer Alex Spiro rejected the campaign group's allegations that Twitter "Fails to act on 99%" of hateful messages from accounts with Twitter Blue subscriptions. Skip twitter post by Damian Collins This article contains content provided by Twitter.

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