- Jack Dorsey doubled down on his criticism of Facebook and YouTube for removing Infowars host Alex Jones.
- In a new interview with NBC News, the Twitter CEO said his peers had been “inconsistent” in their handling of Jones.
- He defended Jones’ right to keep tweeting, despite Twitter freezing the conspiracy theorist’s account for seven days earlier this week.
- Dorsey did say, however, that he was uncomfortable with being praised by Jones for keeping him on Twitter.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has doubled down on his criticism of Facebook and YouTube while defending his handling of Infowars host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.
Without naming names, Dorsey called out the likes of Facebook and YouTube last week for bowing to outside pressure by following Apple in banning Jones from their platforms.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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