For the past several days, Elon Musk, Twitter’s new owner, has been releasing screenshots of conversations and decisions made by former left-wing Twitter employees to hinder conservative voices on the social media platform.
In his most recent release, Musk exposed the various methods that were used to limit the reach of conservative voices which the company’s woke employees did not agree with.
Trending blacklist: This prevented the tweets of such users as Stanford University’s Dr. Jay Bhattacharya (@DrJBhattacharya), who stated that lockdowns would hurt children, from trending.
Don’t amplify: The tweets of users such as Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11), were not allowed to be amplified, which meant among other things his tweets were suppressed during searches.
Shadow banning: This limited the visibility of tweets to people who had chosen to follow a particular user.
Spying: As part of this anti-conservative campaign, Twitter employees were spying on Direct messages that Twitter users sent to each other.
READ: ‘Visibility Filtering:’ ‘Twitter Files’ Reveals Shadowbanning, Other Tools Used to Censor Conservatives AND Elon Musk Announces Massive Change Coming to Twitter After Release of Second ‘Twitter Files’ Bomb
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