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Twitter ‘gave Saudi Arabia information about journalist who ended up dead’

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Twitter is evil. They enabled the Saudis to kill this man. They still haven’t done anything about the vile Jew-hatred spewed by Louis Farrakhan, and they won’t. I have been shadow banned and many of my followers banned for being conservative, but that vile Jew-hater is sanctioned and normed. Twitter silenced numerous conservative voices in the run-up to the midterms, as have the other social media giants. They are desperate to control the public discourse so that only leftists’ voices are heard. Antitrust action is urgently needed.

“Twitter ‘gave Saudi Arabia information about journalist who ended up dead,’” by Lucy Middleton, Metro, November 9, 2018:

Twitter has come under fire after another dissident journalist was reportedly tortured and killed in Saudi Arabia.

Turki Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Jasser was arrested on March 15 for allegedly running a Twitter account called Kashkool, which exposed human rights violations by Saudi authorities and royals.

He then died while being tortured in detention, The New Khaleej states – prompting fresh outrage over an alleged leak of information that lead to his capture.

‘They got his information from the Twitter office in Dubai. That is how he was arrested,’ a source, who wishes to remain anonymous, told Metro.co.uk.

‘Twitter has become insecure for dissidents or critics. Everyone speaks under threat and pressure.

‘The accounts of Saudi dissidents are spied on. We are not safe using Twitter.’

The source also claimed that Saud al-Qahtani, the former adviser to the Royal Court, leads a ‘cyber spy ring’ and has contacts inside the Dubai Twitter office. They allege that a so-called ‘Twitter mole’ handed over information on Al-Jasser, leading to his arrest earlier this year….

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