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Twitter, Facebook, Youtube. All should have stayed out of politics. Once you as a company get involved in politics you have to choose a side and once you have chosen a side your brand is now tarnished no matter which side you fall on and the reason for this is because there are NO good guys in politics.
Either you are going to provide an impartial service or you are just going to climb down into the whole with all the rest of the ugly, dark things that is the political world.
I don't even mind that mate. It's their platform after all. Some transparency would be nice though. Something, something, something Uganda.
Access to information and freedom of expression, including the public conversation on Twitter, is never more important than during democratic processes, particularly elections.
You have some serious racial issues.I am curious. Why can't SA bred highly skilled superior gene blue eyed community help Parler? I hear so much that without their ancestors, there would be no science, maths and what not. So, what are you waiting for guys (and 2 gals?)
Parler CEO John Matze said the app could never come back online, Reuters reported. The social-media site went offline after Amazon booted Parler from its web-hostingwww.businessinsider.in
Something, something about the POTUS mobilising a veritable army of idiots to attack the Legislature while blocking the actual army from protecting it - via TwitterI don't even mind that mate. It's their platform after all. Some transparency would be nice though. Something, something, something Uganda.
Weird!Give one example and this genius assumes it is the only one. Intellectual giant here folks.
Cue crylaugh emoji.