This genius was previously able to recover Twitter’s “partner support portal.”
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This “special portal” is offered to certain governmental entities so that government officials can flag and deleted content they disliked, for none particular reason.
This is HUGE! And so terrible, it violates almost every right of the confidential agreement with every single user on the social media network!
According to the Gateway Pundit report,
“Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, the man who invented email, ran for US Senate in Massachusetts as a Republican and made allegations of voter fraud on Twitter. These tweets were then deleted by the far-left tech giant. Later it was discovered that they were deleted at the direction of government employees of the Massachusetts Secretary of State’s office.
Discovering this, Dr. Ayyadurai filed a federal lawsuit by himself, alleging that his federal civil rights were violated when the government silenced his political speech in order to affect an election.
Legal observers noted back in May that the judge is signaling that Twitter’s days of claiming it is a private company so as to avoid its clear oppression of conservative speech, banning scores of conservative journalists, and promotion of liberal views, may be coming to a close end:
DA 230 is the provision of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 that gives internet and social media companies legal immunity from lawsuits due to the content they publish.
This provision in law gives companies like Facebook and Twitter a way to dismiss lawsuits, but it also gives them the ability to act with impunity so that their actions cannot be legally challenged. These companies have, according to their detractors, abused this immunity by suppressing dissident, and specifically conservative, views, viewpoints, and journalism.
Because Dr. Ayyadurai did not argue about Twitter’s “Terms of Service,” everything will instead hinge on the degree of interaction between Twitter and the state government of Massachusetts.”
I am having second thoughts about duck taping my microphone ad camera on my laptop now… How about you???