Just a few minutes after ‘Twitter Fils 2 launched, the new chief executive Elon Musk claimed that the company’s the company made a lot of controversial decisions without the approval of Jack Dorsey and that he was unaware of the systemic bias
A few hours after ‘Twitter Fils 2’ came out, which revealed Vijaya Gadde and Company created “secret blacklists” of “right-wing commentators The Twit Elon Musk, the Chief Twit Elon Musk said on Friday that the most controversial decisions were usually taken without the approval of Jack Dorsey – founder and former CEO of Twitter as well as claiming Musk was unaware of the systematic bias.
“The inmates ran the asylum. Jack is a good man IMO,” Musk tweeted.
variations in ‘Twitter Files 2’
The previous Friday Musk tweeted a retweet of a post that was originally written by freelance journalist Bari Weiss on ‘Twitter Files Part 2’, which exposes “secret blacklists” for certain tweets from ‘right-wing commentators.
According to ‘Twitter Files 2 In ‘Twitter Files 2’, there was a “secret group” comprised of the head of Legal, Policy, and Trust (Vijaya Gadde) as well as the global Director of Trust and Safety (Yoel Roth) and the CEOs who succeeded him Jack Dorsey and Parag Agrawal and other individuals who took confidential decisions.
According to reports, Jack had also been involved in the decision-making process at Twitter however Musk intervened to save him and claimed that they were unsubstantiated claims and that Musk would not have done it in the first place.
“The Twitter Files Part Deux” according to Musk mentions a few Conservative accounts used for “suppression” via Twitter.
“A new investigation by the #TwitterFiles shows how teams of Twitter employees create blacklists to keep tweets with a bad reputation from trending and restrict the visibility of whole accounts, or even topics that are trending — all in secret, and without notifying users of the plan,” stated Weiss.
The film stated the fact that this social media company had a goal “to provide everyone with the ability to share ideas and information immediately and without any limitations.”
“Along the path, barriers were built,” she added.
Twitter has been in the past accused of having the same problem but the company repeatedly denied it. In 2018 Twitter’s Vijaya Gadd and head of product, Kayvon Beykpour claimed: “We do not shadow bans. And we definitely don’t do shadow bans because of political opinions or ideologies.”
For the uninitiated that is, before he bought Twitter in October of this year Musk is a vocal advocate for free speech on Twitter regardless of the left-leaning or right-center ideologies you are a part of.