- Sep 4, 2018
If only we could have a thread about the relationship between online hate speech and how it leads to real world violence.‘Dystopian screenplay’? Twitter considers ‘off-platform behavior’ when banning hate speech
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said that the company reviews real world activity when dealing with accounts of racists and hate-mongers. Some users were chilled by the prospect of being monitored offline, while others plain confused.
“We look at off-platform behavior as well. At things that aren’t just happening on Twitter, but happening on other platforms or in the real world,” Dorsey told political commentator and TV host Sean Hannity on his radio show on Wednesday
Some users caught an Orwellian vibe to the policy and suggested it’s unacceptable for a social media platform to poke its nose in what they’re doing when not logged on.
‘Dystopian screenplay’? Twitter considers ‘off-platform behavior’ when banning hate speech
I'd hazard a guess and say he has a slight problem with the booze.I never followed much of the stuff at Infowars. I only started to look at his stuff during 2016 presidential election, and what he said about Hillary Clinton was spot on.
His delivery style is difficult to digest. If he reigned it back a tad, he'd be far better in my view.