You Can’t Make This Up! Twitter Public Policy: “Access to information and freedom of expression, including the public conversation on Twitter, is never more important than during democratic processes, particularly elections.”


No Way! Tweet alleges “Twitter and other tech giants tried to interfere in the Ugandan election…”

Allum Bokhari@LibertarianBlue· The backstory is that Twitter and other tech giants tried to interfere in the Ugandan election by mass-banning certain accounts. So Uganda took the entirely appropriate step of leveling the playing field by banning Twitter altogether. The U.S. should have done the same in 2020.


Twitter condemns Uganda for blocking social media apps and censoring internet before key election

Twitter responds to Uganda’s social media shutdown, ‘We strongly condemn internet shutdowns’ amid platform-wide conservative purge


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