So, will Hillary be getting the same treatment?
How will shareholders feel about the major players putting private agenda ahead of any risk of a lawsuit their flagrant violations of privacy might be exposing the company to?
‘More than happy to help the Justice Department in their little investigation’.
That was a direct quote by a Twitter employee.
Not some shmuck-y intern who gets stuck doing coffee runs, either.
This is Clay Hanes. He’s Senior Network Security Engineer for Twitter.
Here’s what he’s telling an undercover reporter he thinks is politically like-minded how he’s willing to help sandbag Trump:
Basically giving him every single tweet that he’s posted.
…Even the ones he’s deleted.
…Any Direct messages, any mentions, oh yeah.
…I don’t like being part of the machine that’s contributing to America’s downfall.
And it isn’t just him.
Jack Dorsey — the CEO — says “it’s better to check up on what he’s saying … then speak up against him”.
What would shareholders think about that?
Conrado Miranda, a former employee: “I can go in and change Trump’s tweets. My kind of job requires full power.”
First Amendment rights aren’t a high priority around here. What kind of power trip do you think lets you ALTER someone else’s communication? Court cases — even some involving Presidential Executive Orders — have been decided by what is or is not present in a tweet.
Back to Clay, responding to the undercover questioner early January 2018, when asked if there was any way to shove Trump’s tweets off to the side somewhere so they wouldn’t do much damage (referencing the button tweet)…
“Yep. So, funny you mention that. It was not my decision, the decision though was that most of the stuff he tweets is completely newsworthy. And so, because it’s newsworthy, even though he’s making a complete ass of himself and the country, we have to let those tweets up and let him do … Essentially he has a carte blanche to do whatever he wants.
He goes on to say…
What we can do on our side is actually quite terrifying.
[asked why] We have full access to every single person’s account. Every single direct message, deleted direct messages, deleted tweets. I can tell you exactly who logged in and from where, what username and what password, when they changed their password.
[why would you keep it?] In case we ever get subpoenaed.
… It’s very, very dangerous. Also very, very creepy Big-brother-ish.
But we should implicitly trust these social media giants, right?
What Jim Acosta, Rachel Maddow and the Rest of The Media (D) STILL haven’t figured out yet is why we call them ‘Fake News’.
Let’s spell it out for them. In a shirt.
Because you know they won’t be able to figure it out on their own.
There’s a ladies’ version…
And a men’s version…
The problem isn’t just the lies they tell…
It’s the truth they DON’T tell…
And the opinions laced right through them.
And the best part? This shirt is made in the USA, printed in the USA, on an American-Made t-shirt press!
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