Holocaust denial is NOT forbidden on Twitter, Jack Dorsey told the...

Twitter’s CEO announced Wednesday that his company’s “misinformation” policy does not include a ban on Holocaust denial.

He had several questions on the matter at a hearing on Wednesday when he was grilled by Republican Senators who put pressure on him in the hearing a week before the election about why some of President ’s comments received warnings.

Among those who put pressure on the Twitter founder on the Senate Communications, Technology and Internet Hearing on Big Tech was Colorado Senator Corey Gardner (R-Colo.), Who is facing a tough re-election campaign.

Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, admitted Wednesday that conservatives “do not trust us to act in good faith” as Republicans complain that “conservative voices” are disproportionately censored and suppressed by big tech

“Do you think the Holocaust really happened?” Gardner asked Dorsey, to which he replied, “Yes.”

“So you would agree that someone who says the Holocaust may not have happened is spreading disinformation? Yes or no, ”urged the Colorado Republican.

“Uh – yes,” said Dorsey.

Gardner then used these statements to thwart politics while defending Trump.

“I appreciate your answers on this subject, but they surprise me,” Gardner said. After all, the Iranian Ayatollah did just that – to question the Holocaust. And yet his tweets on the Twitter platform remain unchanged. ‚

Republican Senator Cory Gardner urged Dorsey why his website was not censoring tweets from the Iranian leader who denied the Holocaust

Republican Senator Cory Gardner urged Dorsey why his website was not censoring tweets from the Iranian leader who denied the Holocaust

Republican Senator Cory Gardner urged Dorsey why his website was not censoring tweets from the Iranian leader who denied the Holocaust

Dorsey got grilled on tweets from Ayatollah Ali Khamanei that were allowed on Twitter

Dorsey got grilled on tweets from Ayatollah Ali Khamanei that were allowed on Twitter

Dorsey got grilled on tweets from Ayatollah Ali Khamanei that were allowed on Twitter

Khamenei tweeted about the

Khamenei tweeted about the

Khamenei tweeted about the “elimination of the Zionist regime”.

GOP senators wanted to know why Trump's tweets were getting warning signs

GOP senators wanted to know why Trump's tweets were getting warning signs

GOP senators wanted to know why Trump’s tweets were getting warning signs

Dorsey said there were no explicit policies prohibiting Holocaust denial. File photo shows some of the prisoners who survived the Nazi German extermination camp Auschwitz in Oswiecim, Poland. About 7,000 prisoners, including more than 600 under the age of 18, were still alive when the camp was liberated

Dorsey said there were no explicit policies outlawing Holocaust denial. File photo shows some of the prisoners who survived the Nazi German extermination camp Auschwitz in Oswiecim, Poland. About 7,000 prisoners, including more than 600 under the age of 18, were still alive when the camp was liberated

Dorsey said there were no explicit policies outlawing Holocaust denial. File photo shows some of the prisoners who survived the Nazi German extermination camp Auschwitz in Oswiecim, Poland. About 7,000 prisoners, including more than 600 under the age of 18, were still alive when the camp was liberated

Dorsey argued that tweets will only be flagged if they contain “misinformation” or “misleading” information about three different categories: “manipulated media”; public health, especially COVID; and civic integrity, electoral influence and electoral suppression. ‚

“We have no guidelines or enforcement measures for any other type of misleading information you mention,” said Dorsey.

Dorsey responded that the company has a different policy regarding “incitement to violence”.

“But we only focus on these three categories for misinformation,” he said.

However, a company spokeswoman said weeks ago that Twitter would remove Holocaust denial posts, Bloomberg News reported on Oct. 14.

We strongly condemn anti-Semitism and hateful behavior has absolutely no place in our ministry, ”she said in a statement. “We have also implemented a solid policy of ‘glorifying violence’ and addressing content that glorifies or praises historical acts of violence and genocide, including the Holocaust.”

“So someone who denies the murder of millions of people or instigates violence against a country as head of state doesn’t categorically fall into one of these three misinformation or other categories that Twitter has?” Asked Gardner.

Dorsey also drew fire for allowing the Ayatollah’s threatening statements about Israel to stay on site while it was being shot at by Republicans for reporting some of Trump’s comments, such as those who claimed they were massive Election fraud.

“We did not discover that these violated our Terms of Use because we viewed them as saber-rattling, which is part of what world leaders are talking about working with other countries,” he said.

He distinguished this from how statements from US leaders would be treated.

“Speaking against our own people or the citizens of a country is different from our point of view and can cause more immediate damage,” he said.

Dorsey was also asked by Senator Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) About tweets from Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei.

“We will support and support any nation or group that opposes and opposes the Zionist regime, and we do not hesitate to say so. #FlyTheFlag ‘wrote Ali Khamenei in May.

The Ayatollahs’ Twitter account sent excerpts from his speech on Quds Day in Tehran. Al-Quds is the Arabic and Pesian word for Jerusalem.

Another tweet said, “The Zionist regime is a lethal, cancerous growth and a disadvantage for this region. It will undoubtedly be uprooted and destroyed. Then shame will fall on those who put their institutions at the service of normalizing relations with this regime.

Wicker pressed Dorsey on why his company posted warning signs on President Trump’s tweets about election fraud, but allowed tweets from Iran and the Chinese regime to stay awake.

“You routinely restrict the President of the United States. How can a Chinese communist claim that the US military is responsible for COVID stay up for two months without fact-checking and the president’s tweet about the safety of postal ballot papers is immediately labeled? ‘He asked.

“The goal of our labeling is to provide more context and connect the dots so that people have more information and can make decisions for themselves,” he said.

“We did not discover that these violated our Terms of Use because we viewed them as saber-rattling, which is part of what world leaders are talking about working with other countries,” he said.

He distinguished this from how statements from US leaders would be treated.

“Speaking against our own people or the citizens of a country is different from our point of view and can cause more immediate damage,” he said.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai tweeted in May: Serious question to @Twitter: Do these tweets from the Supreme Leader of Iran @khameni_ir violate “Twitter Rules Glorifying Violence”? He then added four of Khamanei’s tweets, including the one calling the “Zionist regime” a “deadly cancer growth.”

Trump’s tweets have been labeled “misleading” on several occasions by Twitter.

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