The social media website Twitter is facing criticism for its recent decision to grant verification to the Muslim Brotherhood’s official mouthpiece, which routinely writes in favor of violent terror acts and disseminates anti-Semitic propaganda.
The head researcher behind the government-funded project to track “misinformation” and “hate speech” online is now getting into the fact-checking business.
CNN host Chris Cuomo blamed the rise of the Islamic State terrorist group on former President George W. Bush in a Twitter tirade on Monday.
Project Veritas reporter James O’Keefe was suspended from Twitter the night before he planned to release two undercover videos expected to disadvantage the Hillary Clinton campaign.
The United Nations News Centre, the official media arm of the organization, swiftly removed a post to Twitter on Thursday urging the “8 million Americans abroad” to “stop” Donald Trump from winning the presidency in November.
The U.S. Army issued an apology Wednesday after mistakenly posting an article to its official Twitter account claiming Donald Trump “lies once every 3 minutes, 15 seconds.”