Twitter censors Trump at the behest of The New York Times
Twitter has once again taken down a tweet by President Donald Trump, but this time it was at the request of The New York Times, who reported the post for copyright violation.
Half a million people have jumped to the alternative social media platform Parler after Twitter suspended two conservative accounts on Tuesday.
Amid efforts on the part of Twitter to ban, suspend, and censor prominent conservative voices from its platform in recent weeks, users have decided to give Parler a try—a social media platform functionally similar to Twitter without the censorship.
A prominent and verified Twitter activist is calling for the cancellation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and for his statues to be taken down and replaced with Malcolm X.
An American professor and Egyptologist posted a string of tweets on May 31, instructing people on how to properly topple monuments to the ground.