November 2, 2022
Elon Musk met with censorship advocates and left-wing activists to gain insight on how Twitter’s content moderation council will combat hate, harassment and enforce election integrity policies, according to a Twitter thread by Musk.
The council, composed of representatives with “widely divergent views,” will include civil rights communities and groups that face “hate-fueled” violence, Musk said Wednesday. Many of the representatives Musk spoke with have historically pushed for conservative censorship and the new council could represent another controversial step in Musk’s plan to successfully moderate Twitter.
The Internet Accountability Project (IAP) Told the DCNF that IAP encourages Musk to include conservatives in the process. “At the end of the day, Twitter’s content moderation policies should be designed to enhance the user experience while respecting free speech, not simply to do what’s in the best interest of the Democrat Party. Congress must pass the long-term censorship solution by updating our century-old antitrust laws, so we can finally break up Big Tech’s gatekeeping power over online information and commerce,” an IAP spokesperson said.
The IAP recommends conservatives like The New York Post’s Miranda Devine, conservative lawyer Harmeet Dhillon, and Big Tech expert Rachel Bovard.
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