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The algorithms that they have been using to censor, any coordination between Twitter, Facebook and Google, before the 2020 election.

 
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The algorithms that they have been using to censor, any coordination between Twitter, Facebook and Google, before the 2020 election.
The real reason the Bedwetters are so worked up over Musk gaining control of Twitter is that once he is in charge, he will be able to expose for public review, the algorithms that they have been using to censor, any coordination between Twitter, Facebook and Google, and especially what was in place before the 2020 election.
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Re: The algorithms that they have been using to censor, any coordination between Twitter, Facebook and Google, before the 2020 election.
They Won't Be Able to Hide What They've Been Doing: Twitter Source Code Locked Down After Musk Takeover



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Twitter has taken the unusual step of locking down its source code after its board of directors accepted Elon Musk’s bid to take over the company, according to a new report.

According to Bloomberg, the code lockdown will make it harder for employees — disgruntled or otherwise — to make changes. Bloomberg cited as its source “people familiar with the matter” who were not named.

Any changes to Twitter’s code will require approval from a vice president, Bloomberg reported.

Twitter acted “to keep employees who may be miffed about the deal from ‘going rogue,’” the Bloomberg report said, citing one of its sources.

The action produced a buzz on Twitter.

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