The former CEO of Twitter stated that those who reject woke politics “are going to be the first people lined up against the wall and shot in the revolution” and he’d “happily provide video commentary.”
29 June, 2012
The company’s Chief executive Dick Costolo told the Financial Times that the scale of hate speech, abusive and insulting messages is intimidating. Twitter will fight trollers and hate instigators by hiding their messages…
Hate speech in Twitter has already brought some to justice. In March a court in England convicted student Liam Stacey for his racist Twitter post about footballer Fabrice Muamba.