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New Twitter CEO calls for ban on memes, photos and videos

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New Twitter CEO calls for ban on memes, photos and videos
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New Twitter CEO’s First Decision: Ban Mean Memes

New Twitter CEO’s First Decision: Ban Mean Memes

One day after brand new Twitter CEO Parag ‘ Not Bound by the First Amendment” Agrawal took the helm, the company announced that it will no longer allow people to share ‘images or videos of private individuals without their consent’ due to “growing concerns about the misuse of media and information” to “harass, intimidate, and reveal the identities of individuals.”

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Cranky Old Lady
December 5, 2021

And the failure of Twitter will be Trump and his radical right minion’s fault. They did it

Last edited 8 months ago by Sue Rarick
Nanker Pelge
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Reply to  Cranky Old Lady
December 6, 2021

NOBODY cares about Twitter anymore. Let it die and move on.

Michael Murry
December 6, 2021

I would also direct Alex Christoforou’s attention to Plato’s Allegory of the Cave before trying to convince us that humanity prefers orthographic “spell-marks” (literacy) to images — i.e., shadows — projected on the wall of the cave where they all sit chained, looking in only one direction. Or, try reading The Meaning of Meaning, by I. A. Richards and C. K. Ogden: “Let us get closer to the fire, so that we may see what we are saying” — The Bubis of Fernando Po”

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