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Twitter’s Jack Dorsey Tweets About Banning Trump From Site – NPR

Twitter kicked President Donald Trump off of its site following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. CEO Jack Dorsey said major corporations have too much power…

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said on Wednesday that he believes tech companies that banned President Trump from various social media platforms was a move that sets a dangerous precedent for a free Internet.
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“The right decision” is how Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey characterized banning President Trump from his social media platform. But he lamented that the move was divisive and sets a precedent that Dorsey said is dangerous to a “free and open global internet.”
In his 13-tweet thread,…

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