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“Trump ban sadistic” – FFK explodes Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey

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Former Aviation Minister Femi Fani-Kayode has complained to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey about banning outgoing U.S. President Donald Trump on his social media platform.

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In the early morning hours of the day, Jack said via his Handle that he did not celebrate the celebration of US President Donald Trump from the app.

He also stated that the ban follows a clear warning and that the decision was made based on threat to physical security, as well as outside Twitter.

His statement reads; ‘I do not celebrate the pride of banning @realDonaldTrump from Twitter or how we got here. After a clear warning that we would take this action, we made a decision with the best information we had, based on physical security threats, as well as outside of Twitter. Was that correct?

‘I believe it was the right decision for Twitter. We have faced extraordinary and unsustainable circumstances and forced ourselves to focus all our actions on public safety. Offline damage from online speech is demonstrably real, and that drives our policies and enforcement above all else.

That said, a bill to ban an account has significant and significant consequences. Although there are clear and distinct exceptions, I feel that a ban is a failure on our part to ultimately promote healthy conversations. And a time for us to reflect on our operations and the environment around us.

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‘In order to fragment the public discourse, this action must be fragmented. They divide us. It limits the potential for enlightenment, salvation, and learning. And set a precedent that I feel is dangerous: the power that an individual or corporation has over a portion of the global public discourse.

‘The control and accountability of this power has always been the fact that a service like Twitter is a small part of the larger public conversation on the internet. If people do not agree with our rules and enforcement, they can simply go to another internet service.

‘The control and accountability of this power has always been the fact that a service like Twitter is a small part of the larger public conversation on the internet. If people do not agree with our rules and enforcement, they can simply go to another internet service.

‘This moment may demand this dynamic, but in the long run it will be destructive to the noble purpose and ideals of the open internet. A company that makes a business decision to moderate itself is different from a government that removes access, but can still feel very much the same.

‘Yes, we all need to look critically at the contradictions of our policies and enforcement. Yes, we need to look at how our service can spur diversion and damage. Yes, we need more transparency in our moderation. All this can not erode a free and open global Internet. ”

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On Dorsey’s statement, FFK asked the technician to stop joking himself. According to FFK, Dorsey was very proud to ban the US president from the app.

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FFK wrote;

Stop joking yourself. You were very proud and fun to do what you did. It was sadistic and it reflects your pathological hatred for Trump and those on the right. You excluded an alternate voice and you tried to silence a wonderful man. It was a betrayal of trust and abuse of power! ‘

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