Twitter Speeds Up Push Against ‘Dehumanizing Speech’
Just a day after Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said Twitter did not suspend Alex Jones’ account because he has not violated the site’s rules, Twitter indicated that evolving rules might be used against him.
In an email sent to employees, Twitter’s VP of Trust and Safety, Del Harvey, discussed how the site’s new rule against “dehumanizing speech” may result in action against Alex Jones’ account, in light of controversy surrounding Twitter’s decision not to ban his account. Twitter added that it is speeding up the approval of that policy.
HYPOCRITES: As They Disrespect Canada, Saudis Are Still Glad To Make Money Selling Us Oil
While the Saudis continue to show nothing but total disrespect for Canada, it seems their overreaction is matched only by their hypocrisy.
Saudi energy minister Khalid al-Falih says that oil sales from Saudi Arabia to Canada won’t be impacted, referring to a supposedly “firm and longstanding policy that is not influenced by political circumstances. The current diplomatic crisis between Saudi Arabia and Canada will not, in any way, impact Saudi Aramco’s relations with its customers in Canada.”
This is massively hypocritical.
Rise in migrant crime makes 73% of Swedes think country is going in the wrong direction
Migrant gang violence has become the new normal for Swedes, with many fearing for their lives; fatal shootings in Sweden had doubled in less than a decade.
The second most concerning issue for Swedes, behind crime and violence, is immigration, with 33% of Swedish respondents suggesting this is the most important issue.
CENSORSHIP: Microsoft Threatens to Drop Gab Hosting Over ‘Hate Speech’
Continuing a pattern of censorship of free speech by Silicon Valley leftists, Microsoft has threatened to stop hosting Gab.ai over “hate speech” allegations on the platform.
“Gab’s hosting provider, Microsoft Azure, has given us 48 hours to take action on two posts, or they will pull our service and Gab will go down for weeks/months,” according to Gab founder Andrew Torba.
All refugees being temporarily housed in college dorms re-located: Mayor Tory
The City of Toronto says it has relocated all refugee and asylum claimants who were temporarily being housed in two college dormitories.
At its peak about 675 people were staying in the Centennial College and Humber College dorms.
In a release, the city said the refugees have now all been moved to hotels in the Greater Toronto Area or permanent housing.