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· Trump to sign executive order on social media today, says White House →
Asked during Twitter's annual meeting yesterday why the company decided to affix the label to Trump's mail-in ballot tweets, General Counsel Sean Edgett said decisions about handling misinformation are made as a group.
· Trump to sign executive order on social media on Thursday: White House →
Asked during Twitter's annual meeting on Wednesday why the company decided to affix the label to Trump's mail-in ballot tweets, General Counsel Sean Edgett said decisions about handling misinformation are made as a group.
The Wall Street Journal
· Twitter’s Labels for Trump Tweets Show Platforms’ Split Over Political Speech →
Twitter Inc.’s move to label two tweets by President Trump as misinformation highlights a widening divide among big tech platforms on how they handle political speech, an increasingly contentious issue as the U.S. presidential election approaches.
The New York Times
· Twitter Tsks, and Trump Fumes →
Thus, the new labels and links.
· Walmart, Inc. (WMT) Presents at Bernstein's 36th Annual Strategic Decisions Conference (Transcript) →
So, as we go forward and you see the work that we've done on attracting more brands to the sites, where we're doing marketplace, the things that we're trying to do with brands in stores, private label, which has become a bigger part of our business, and we're very much focused on that general merchandise business.
· Autodesk, Inc. (ADSK) CEO Andrew Anagnost on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
The private labels cost to compute is almost all of our products have cloud enabled functionality.
· Sorry, President Trump, Twitter makes its own rules →
For instance, tweets about the silly theory that COVID-19 is spread by 5G cell towers are being slapped with warning labels - even if the tweets are about how silly the theory is.
The New York Times
· Twitter Comes Under Attack From Trump’s Supporters →
OAKLAND, Calif. — Not long after Twitter added a warning label to two of President Trump’s tweets on Tuesday, his supporters swung into action.
· Social media bias lawsuits keep failing in court →
Trump threatened Twitter after it applied a fact-checking label to his tweets, threatening some kind of unknown action to “strongly regulate” or close down sites that “silence conservatives’ voices.”