Twitter: 300,000 tweets flagged over election disinformation


Social media chiefs are defending their platforms actions surrounding the presidential election Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says he heard for a year that the public wanted more context about disinformation and the election and Twitter obliged applying labels to over three hundred thousand tweets from October twenty seventh to November eleventh Dorsey and Facebook's mark Zuckerberg testified remotely before the Senate Judiciary Committee which is deeply divided over the election's integrity and its results with chairman Lindsey Graham among those refusing to knock down president trump's unfounded claims of electoral fraud Twitter and Facebook have both labeled some of the president's content as misinformation lawmakers from both sides question them on how they can decide what's legitimate and what's not Sager made Ghani Washington

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