Jack Dorsey

Women’s March Urges Twitter to Suspend Trump over Ilhan Omar Tweet

Members of the Women’s March and supporters of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) have called on Twitter and Facebook to suspend President Donald Trump following his posting of a video featuring Omar’s comments about 9/11 intercut with videos of the terrorist attack.

Linda Sarsour speaks onstage during the Women's March on Washington on January 21, 2017 in Washington, DC. . (photo credit:THEO WARGO/GETTY IMAGES/AFP)

Sam Harris Asks Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Why He Hasn’t Banned ‘Bad Actor’ Trump

Author Sam Harris asked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on his podcast why he hasn’t banned President Donald Trump, who Harris claimed “has had a worse influence on the nature of our conversation” than anyone else. Harris recently closed his Patreon account to protest the blacklisting of political commentators on the site.

Myanmar defends Twitter CEO blasted for 'tone deaf' tweets

Twitter Still Hasn’t Banned Accounts that Threatened High School Kids

Following Breitbart News’ article on verified Twitter accounts using Jack Dorsey’s platform to encourage violence against conservative high school kids, the company has said it has “taken action” against the tweets that were flagged in Breitbart’s article. But its actions haven’t scratched the surface of real accountability.

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