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House Democrat Rep. Stacey Plaskett, D-V.I., falsely claimed that "Twitter Files" journalist Matt Taibbi lied under oath during his congressional testimony and threatened him with prosecution and imprisonment.
The Twitter Files, whose disclosures are part of Elon Musk's promise to focus on the company's transparency, are explained below.
From the Twitter Files, a story about media, that also sketches the origins of Twitter’s surrender to the intelligence community:
It’s January 4th, 2023, which means Twitter Files stories have been coming out for over a month. Because these are weedsy tales, and may be hard to follow if you haven’t from the beginning, I’ve written up capsule summaries of each of the threads by all of the Twitter Files reporters, and added links to the threads and accounts of each. At the end, in response to some readers (especially foreign ones) who’ve found some of the alphabet-soup government agency names confusing, I’ve included a brief glossary of terms to help as well.
As we learn more and more from the “Twitter Files,” it is becoming all too obvious that Federal agencies such as the FBI viewed the First Amendment of our Constitution as an annoyance and an impediment. In Friday’s release from the pre-Musk era, journalist Matt Taibbi makes an astute observation: Twitter was essentially an FBI subsidiary.
Again through seasoned journalist Matt Taibbi, the third chapter of Elon Musk's revelation of internal Twitter communications has been made public.
According to Bloomberg, as the social media company continued to lose money, Reddit filed for an IPO to go public. Tens of millions of people use the community-focused message...
The FBI helps Ukraine censor Twitter users and obtain their information, including journalists, after sending Twitter a list of accounts on behalf of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU). The Federal Bureau of Investigation...
"Go First" has filed for bankruptcy with the National Company Law Tribunal in Delhi. Billionaire Nusli Wadia is blaming US engine maker Pratt & Whitney for the situation. Go Airlines, founded by billionaire Nusli...
According to guidance issued to staffers via an email obtained by Axios, the White House refused to pay $8 for Twitter Blue verification.