Written by Peter Boykin on February 20, 2022
Shared By Peter Boykin – American Political Commentator / Citizen Journalist
As if we needed another example of Twitter’s clear far-left bias…
Twitter claims to have a policy that prohibits users from sharing stolen or hacked private information.
It’s called their “Private Information and Media Policy” and the first paragraph says:
“You may not publish or post other people’s private information without their express authorization and permission. We also prohibit threatening to expose private information or incentivizing others to do so.”
It later says: “we don’t permit the use of our services to directly distribute content obtained through hacking by the people or groups associated with a hack”
…but it appears this policy only applies if you’re sharing information that hurts Democrats.
🗓 In October of 2020, right before the Presidential election, when the New York Post published the infamous Hunter Biden laptop story, Twitter banned the story and suspended the New York Post. It then blocked users from sharing the article. And the crazy thing was, Hunter’s laptop wasn’t hacked. It was obtained legally so it didn’t violate Twitter’s policy.
🗓 Then someone hacked the crowdfunding platform GiveSendGo and published the private information [names, e-mail addresses, zip codes] of hundreds of people who gave money to the Canadian “Freedom Convoy” truckers. And Twitter has done nothing.
🎥 This weirdo claims to be the person who hacked GiveSendGo. Here he is bragging about it, giving off real psychopath vibes. (2:20)
This is Aubrey Cottle. He hacked GiveSendGo and he doesn't care if anyone knows it. He's live on TikTok bragging about doxing and releasing the info that's currently getting thousands of people fired from their jobs for donating to the Freedom Convoy. pic.twitter.com/HJW7BBRc4z
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) February 16, 2022
The Washington Post wrote an article analyzing the hacked materials and who donated to the convoy. That article was shared widely on Twitter and as of right now, there have been no censorship labels slapped on it. The Washington Post’s account has not been frozen. And nothing has been removed.
In related news: Donald Trump’s new social media platform, Truth Social should be going live any day now.
[Source: The Federalist, Waking Up Right]
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