"I think we need to just call this out on the bullshit it is."
The internal company documents offer a behind-the-scenes glimpse at how the federal agencies distorted the public debate on one of the world's largest social media platforms.
Elon Musk reignited the GOP’s interest to bring charges against Anthony Fauci.
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The most disturbing aspect of the “Twitter Files” is the platform’s cozy relationship with federal officials who demanded suppression of speech they considered dangerous.
Content moderators had "weekly confabs" with law enforcement officials, reports Matt Taibbi.
Instead of debating whether the platform has been flooded by bigotry, Elon Musk should tell the congressman to mind his own business.
Twitter employees have indicated that shadow banning—at least by some definitions—is both real and common.
The rise of remote work has piqued developers' interest in converting empty downtown offices to apartments. Zoning codes and building regulations often make that impossible.
A Democratic member of Congress laments how Twitter handled the New York Post's reporting on Hunter Biden's laptop.
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The Twitter Files are interesting but contain few true surprises. A mix of incompetence and partisanship got the site in trouble.
The "free speech absolutist" is maintaining some content restrictions while loosening others.
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It's a private company. Its owner can do what he chooses, even if it seems crazy.
Elon Musk's rescission of the platform's prior policy, which forbade dissent from official guidance, is consistent with his promise of lighter moderation.
Thousands of tech workers are being laid off. That’s putting H-1B visa holders on tight timelines to find new work.
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Privatization can free orbital innovation from ground-bound politics.
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If the bird site's new owner wants to protect free speech, he should focus on resisting government requests to remove content.
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On Tuesday, the senator erroneously claimed that "free speech does not include spreading misinformation."
The House Speaker's husband was attacked by a crazy home intruder. Why is Donald Trump pretending otherwise?
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Regular people are not so terminally online.
Democrats pander to immigrants but do little to liberalize the system. Meanwhile, Republicans' hostility to immigrants has increased.
Corporate law profs disagree on the merits of Twitter's lawsuit to force Elon Musk to follow through with his offer to buy the company.
It would signal that the transportation future involves decentralization and rapid change rather than Washington-style command-and-control.
It seems like an ambiguous episode that was handled appropriately.
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If there is a headline, it should probably be: "Elon Musk Agrees With Twitter That Censoring the Hunter Biden Story Was Wrong."