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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2016 9:56 am    Post subject: Twitter suspends accounts of many alt right activists Reply with quote

( it is disturbing that the people running twitter do not appear to believe in free speech and may be removing users cause they supported Trump and hold alternative views )


Twitter suspends accounts of alt-right advocates


by Chris Isidore @CNNTech
November 16, 2016: 9:07 AM ET



Twitter has suspended the accounts of a number of people associated with the alt-right movement who advocate white nationalism and who supported President-elect Donald Trump.

Among those whose accounts have been suspended is Richard Spencer, president and director of the National Policy Institute, which identifies itself as an "organization dedicated to the heritage, identity, and future of people of European descent in the United States, and around the world."

The Twitter account for the institute and its online magazine, RadixJournal.com, were also suspended.

"I am alive physically, but digitally speaking there have been execution squads across the alt-right," Spencer said in a video he posted to YouTube. "It is corporate Stalinism. There is a great purge going on, and they are purging people based on their views."

Others whose accounts have been suspended include Pax Dickinson, founder of alt-right site Wesearchr; an alt-right internet personality who goes by the fake name Ricky Vaughn; and blogger Paul Town, who describes himself as "the leading thoughtleader of alt-right."


Spencer said he and other alt-right advocates are not using Twitter to troll or harass people but to comment on news and express their point of view, the way Twitter is used by most users.

"I think they are triggered by this narrative that social media helped to elect Trump, and they think they have to do something about it," he said. "Well the fact is that social media did help elect Trump. This is a clear sign that we have power. We're changing the world. And they're not going to put up with it anymore."




Twitter did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The site says that accounts can be suspended "if it has been reported to us as violating our rules surrounding abuse."

Its rules say abuse includes "hateful conduct" that promotes violence against, threatens or attacks people "on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or disease."

http://money.cnn.com/2016/11/1.....d=31221097
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2016 9:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Twitter suspends alt-right figureheads


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From the section Technology



Several alt-right figures have been suspended from Twitter, but the social network is not saying why

Twitter has suspended the accounts of several members of the American alt-right movement, including the leader of a white nationalist think tank.

The social network has not given an explanation for its actions.

But they come the same week it announced new ways for users to complain about hateful content.

Some alt-right figures have suggested a switch to Gab, an alternative micro-blogging service that promises "free speech for everyone".

But other have their doubts.


"Gab just seems like a pointless echo chamber, there are enough alt-right blogs and forums," wrote one supporter of the movement in a discussion thread about the Twitter suspensions.

"The benefits of Twitter are interacting with normies, influencing discussion and getting alt-right memes trending."


What is the alt-right?


PepeImage copyright Reuters
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A cartoon of Pepe the Frog is a commonly used symbol of the alt-right

Members of the alt-right movement differ on many points, but are generally outspoken in their attacks on multiculturalism, globalisation and immigration.

Their targets include political correctness and feminism, and they have typically characterised themselves as being anti-establishment.

The election of Donald Trump - a presidential candidate supported by much of the alt-right - could change that.

He has appointed Steve Bannon as his chief strategist. Mr Bannon was formerly executive chairman of Breitbart News, a news site that specialises in coverage of the alt-right, but does not identify itself as part of it.

That has led some to speculate about whether certain alt-right views could soon become official US policy.


'Cuck' attacks

USA Today was one of the first mainstream news sites to report the suspensions.

Among them was Richard Spencer, the president of the National Policy Institute, which describes itself as being dedicated to the "identity and future of people of European descent in the United States".


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Richard Spencer's last tweet - about the UK columnist Katie Hopkins - would not appear to be the cause of the ban

The NPI's own Twitter account and that of its Radix Journal have also been barred by the platform.

Several of the accounts' recent tweets had included the word "cucks" - a term of abuse used by the alt-right to disparage opponents. It is derived from cuckold and signifies the target is in some way weak.

It is not clear, however, whether this was related to Twitter's action.

"[This] is corporate Stalinism in the sense that there is a great purge going on, and they are purging people on the basis of their views," Mr Spencer said in a video he posted to YouTube.

"I and a number of other people who just got banned were not even trolling."

He added he now planned to use Gab instead.


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Alt-right supporters used Twitter to publicise news of the suspended accounts

USA Today identified four other high-profile alt-right figures who had also been suspended.

The Southern Poverty Law Center - an Alabama-based anti-hate group - welcomed the news.

"Good riddance," it tweeted.

The group said it had previously asked Twitter to remove more than 100 white supremacists' accounts.

Twitter typically allows users accused of abusive behaviour to return after a temporary lockout.

However, it permanently banned Breitbart technology editor Milo Yiannopoulos in July, when it said he had helped incite abuse against the actress Leslie Jones.

http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-37997864
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2016 10:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

A great purge?’: Twitter suspends Richard Spencer, other prominent alt-right accounts


By Travis M. Andrews

November 16 at 6:26 AM 



Twitter has added conservative writer Milos Yiannopoulos to its growing list of permanently banned accounts in the midst of high profile instances of harassment. (Jenny Starrs/The Washington Post)

Ever since alt-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos sent actress Leslie Jones a string of tweets insulting the comedian’s race and intelligence, Twitter has made banning abusive accounts a priority.

At the time, the company offered a statement, which read in part:


. . . our rules prohibit inciting or engaging in the targeted abuse or harassment of others . . . we’ve seen an uptick in the number of accounts violating these policies and have taken enforcement actions against these accounts, ranging from warnings that also require the deletion of Tweets violating our policies to permanent suspension.

We know many people believe we have not done enough to curb this type of behavior on Twitter. We agree. We are continuing to invest heavily in improving our tools and enforcement systems to better allow us to identify and take faster action on abuse as it’s happening and prevent repeat offenders

Recently Twitter suspended more accounts associated with the alt-right, which the Southern Poverty Law Center describes as “a set of far-right ideologies, groups and individuals whose core belief is that ‘white identity’ is under attack by multicultural forces using ‘political correctness’ and ‘social justice’ to undermine white people and ‘their’ civilization.”

Included among them was the verified account of Richard Spencer, whom The Washington Post described as a leader of the alt-right and “one of the most media-savvy thinkers in the movement.”

Twitter also suspended the account of the Virginia-based National Policy Institute, an alt-right white nationalist think tank of which Spencer is the president, and that of Radix Journal, a magazine run by Spencer.

Paul Town, Pax Dickinson, Ricky Vaughn and John Rivers also had their accounts suspended.

In response, Spencer posted a video to YouTube in which he said, “I am alive physically, but digitally speaking, there has been execution squads across the alt-right.”



“It’s corporate Stalinism, in the sense that there is a great purge going on, and they’re purging people on the basis of their views,” Spencer said.

He said these suspensions are unlike Yiannopoulos’s.

“I supported people like Milo when they were banned from Twitter, but Milo was engaging in something that could be called ‘harassment,’” Spencer said of the man who used the platform to call Jones “barely literate,” “fat and ugly, ugly, ugly, fat” and “a hot black dude.”

Added Spencer, “Again, I totally think he should have stayed.”

Spencer, though, drew a sharp distinction between the way Yiannopoulos used the platform and the way he did.

“I and a number of other people who just got banned were not even trolling,” he said. “I was using Twitter just like I always used Twitter: to give people some updates and maybe comment on a news story here and there.”

[What’s the alt-right? A primer]

Instead, Spencer said he thinks this was a “coordinated effort to just wipe out alt-right Twitter” in response to arguments that social media helped elect Donald Trump.

“Twitter and probably Facebook too . . . I think they are deeply triggered by Trump’s election,” Spencer said. “I think they’re triggered by this narrative that social media helped elect Trump and they think that they have to do something about it. Well, the fact is social media did help elect Trump.”





Heidi Beirich, spokeswoman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, told the USA Today that the organization had previously asked Twitter to remove more than 100 accounts of white supremacists but said on Monday (before the suspensions), “They have done nothing.”

Spencer compared the account suspensions to the Night of Long Knives, also known as Operation Hummingbird, in which Hitler ordered “a bloody purge of his own political party, assassinating hundreds of Nazis whom he believed had the potential to become political enemies in the future,” according to History.com.

The video’s title is “The Knight of Long Knives,” a play on the operation’s name.

Many on Twitter expressed confusion and outrage concerning Spencer’s suspension.

“Richard Spencer advocates for my people, doesn’t hate anyone, is a gentleman, and a friend, and Twitter suspended him,” one user tweeted. “

Pax Dickinson and Richard Spencer have been banned from Twitter. The left knows social media helped Trump and is cracking down,” tweeted another.



Spencer said that this could be seen as a victory for the alt-right movement.

“This is a clear sign that we have power,” he said. “Even if it’s in our own little small way . . . we have power, and we’re changing the world.”

Twitter did not respond to a request for comment from USA Today, stating, “We don’t comment on individual accounts, for privacy and security reasons.”

Finally, Spencer mentioned that he might transition to GAB, a social media platform used by many who identify with the alt-right. It prides itself on free speech. On its landing page, the platform includes a quote from writer and poet Charles Bukowski, “Censorship is the tool of those who have the need to hide actualities from themselves and from others.”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/11/16/a-great-purge-twitter-suspends-richard-spencer-other-prominent-alt-right-accounts/
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2016 10:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Twitter suspends major alt-right accounts

Site cracks down on white nationalist pundits after introducing new feature to combat online abuse

by Amar Toor@amartoo Nov 16, 2016, 4:13am EST




Twitter this week suspended several prominent accounts linked to the alt-right movement, the fringe white nationalist group that helped propel President-elect Donald Trump to the White House. As USA Today reports, the site suspended the accounts on Tuesday, the same day it announced a long-awaited measure to combat abuse on its platform.

Among the users suspended this week is Richard Spencer, head of the National Policy Institute, a white nationalist think tank that, according to its website, is "dedicated to the heritage, identity, and future of people of European descent in the United States." Spencer's personal verified account was suspended, as were those of the National Policy Institute and his magazine, Radix Journal. Other suspended alt-right Twitter users include Paul Town, Pax Dickinson, Ricky Vaughn and John Rivers.

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"Corporate Stalinism"

In an interview with The Daily Caller, Spencer described Twitter's move as "corporate Stalinism." "Twitter is trying to airbrush the alt-right out of existence," he told the website. "They’re clearly afraid. They will fail!" In a YouTube video posted online Tuesday, he said that online "execution squads" were targeting the alt-right, comparing it, curiously, to Adolf Hitler's purge of Nazi leaders in 1934.

Twitter declined to comment on the suspensions in a statement to USA Today, citing "privacy and security reasons."




The site has come under increased pressure in recent years to crack down on abuse and trolling among its users, and its failure to do so reportedly thwarted potential acquisition bids from Disney and Salesforce. On Tuesday, Twitter announced a new feature that allows users to mute keywords, phrases, emoji, user names, and hashtags.

The alt-right movement has flourished on both Facebook and Twitter, despite complaints over the group's hateful rhetoric and abuse. A study from George Washington University in September found that although Twitter has effectively cracked down on accounts linked to ISIS, white nationalists and neo-Nazis have continued to thrive on the platform "with relative impunity." In July, Twitter banned notorious troll Milo Yiannopoulos after he encouraged his followers to tweet racist messages to Ghostbusters actress Leslie Jones, though before Tuesday, the site had never suspended alt-right accounts en masse.

The suspensions also come after Trump's controversial decision to appoint Steve Bannon as chief strategist in his administration. Bannon, the executive chairman of the right-wing site Breitbart News, served as Trump's campaign CEO and has openly espoused racist, sexist, and anti-Semitic views in the past. His appointment to a top White House post has raised serious concerns over the influence he may wield over the Trump administration.

http://www.theverge.com/2016/1.....cer-trump-
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2016 1:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

( yet to be any new information on this story or an official explanation from twitter as to why they felt such action was needed at this time , considering the American constitution protects free speech twitter has a very weak case to remove these accounts unless they actually were involved with harassment of other members or hate speech which seems unlikely )


Twitter suspends several accounts in alt-right 'purge'


Published November 17, 2016
· FoxNews.com


Twitter has suspended a number of prominent accounts associated with the so-called “alt-right” movement, in an apparent purge.

A Twitter spokesman said that the company's policies forbid violent threats, harassment and hateful conduct. "We will take action on accounts violating those policies," he said, in a statement emailed to FoxNews.com. Twitter this week also launched new user tools designed to curb hate speech.

The alt-right, short for "alternative right," is a term applied to a mostly unaffiliated group of individuals and organizations who reject mainstream conservatism. Critics of the alt-right accuse the movement of promoting “white identity,” opposing multiculturalism and racist views as part of its effort to defend “Western values.”



Richard Spencer, head of the National Policy Institute, a white nationalist think tank, said in an interview his personal Twitter account and accounts for the institute and his magazine were all suspended this week without notification.

Spencer, who some credit with popularizing the term "alt-right," says he has never called for violence and hasn't tweeted anything recently that might provoke a suspension. He called the suspensions a coordinated attack against users with certain viewpoints.

“I am alive physically, but, digitally speaking, there has been execution squads across the alt-right and it is something like the Night of the Long Knives,” Spencer said, in a YouTube video entitled “The Knight of the Long Knives.”



The Night of the Long Knives was Hitler’s bloody purge of the Nazi party in 1934.

Spencer described Twitter’s suspension of alt-right accounts as “corporate Stalinism” in the YouTube video. “There is a great purge going on and they are purging people on the basis of their views,” he said.

Spencer says he doesn't plan on coming back to Twitter unless he gets an apology.



The Twitter accounts of alt-right personalities Ricky Vaughn, Pax Dickinson and John Rivers also were suspended as of Thursday. Paul Town was also banned, although he said in an email to The Associated Press that his Twitter feed is a "combination of satire and performance art" that has been misconstrued as alt-right.

Some users took to Twitter to slam the company’s move:

The alt-right movement drew national attention during the presidential campaign, especially after Stephen Bannon of the Breitbart website, considered by some to be a key proponent of the alt-right, joined Donald Trump's campaign. Trump recently named Bannon as White House chief strategist.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

http://www.foxnews.com/tech/20.....purge.html
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2016 1:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Twitter bans high-profile users with alt-right ties

The social media network recently said it would crack down on online abuse, and white nationalists who spread hatred are on its list.



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by Daniel Van Boom
November 17, 2016 4:01 AM PST



Twitter admits it has a hate problem and is working on ways to fix it.

The social media platform has suspended accounts of several high-profile users associated with the alt-right movement, CBSNews.com reported Wednesday. These include Richard Spencer, Paul Town, Pax Dickinson, Ricky Vaughn and John Rivers.

The alt-right is a loosely organized movement in the US of people on the far right with white nationalist leanings. It has broadly been characterized as racist, anti-woman, anti-gay, anti-Semitic, anti-immigrant and otherwise bigoted. The alt-right gained national attention during President-elect Donald Trump's campaign, particularly when Steve Bannon became campaign CEO in August. Bannon, executive chairman of Breitbart News, has called the news site a platform for the alt-right. Trump this week chose Bannon as his chief strategist, which means he would be one of the most powerful people in the White House.

The account suspensions come days after Twitter claimed it would crack down on abuse and hate speech, and months after the banning of Milo Yiannopoulos.

Spencer, among those suspended this week, has been a leader in the alt-right movement since creating a website for it in 2010. He's president of the National Policy Institute, which describes itself as "dedicated to the heritage, identity, and future of people of European descent in the United States," and has been described as a white supremacist.


In July, Spencer was reported as saying he wants Africans, Jews and Hispanics deported from the US.

"It is corporate Stalinism," he said in a YouTube response to this week's Twitter ban. "There is a great purging going on, and [Twitter is] purging people on the basis of their views."

https://www.cnet.com/news/twitter-bans-high-profile-users-associated-with-alt-right/
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2016 1:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Twitter Cracks Down On A Few Alt-Righters But Fails To Protect Users

Kevin Drum Nov. 17, 2016 12:27 PM




Twitter is finally taking steps to clean up its platform:


Long criticized for allowing bullies, terrorists and bigots to run rampant to the detriment of its own bottom line, Twitter made a surprising move Tuesday by banning a slew of accounts belonging to white nationalists and leaders of the alt-right movement — which holds that traditional conservatives don't sufficiently protect the interests of white people....Among recently banned Twitter users are Richard Spencer, head of the alt-right think tank National Policy Institute, and other alt-right leaders, including Paul Town, Pax Dickinson, Ricky Vaughn and John Rivers, according to news reports.

Maybe I'm just getting cranky in my old age,1 but there's something fishy about this. Twitter critics have been asking for years for better tools to manage the tsunami of abuse that frequently engulfs users, especially women and people of color.2 Here are a few suggestions for abuse management tools that have made the rounds:

◾Ability to block IP addresses
◾Allow people to up/down rate new accounts
◾Provide some kind of human tech support for complaints
◾Ability to block new accounts
◾Ability to block accounts with certain words in bio
◾Ability to block all followers of an account (this helps prevent abuse storms from followers of popular accounts)
◾Ability to suspend retweets
◾Ability to block tweets with certain keywords3

This list is by no means comprehensive, but do you notice something? Nobody especially wants Twitter to eject specific individuals: it smacks of censorship; it's not something Twitter management is good at doing; and it will never come close to solving the abuse problem anyway. There's no way Twitter will ever be able to ban all the flaming assholes in the world, and very few of us feel comfortable with Twitter deciding on who they are in any case. We just want tools that allow us to manage our abuse problems, which are different for everyone.

So why would Twitter do the one thing that even Twitter critics might be uncomfortable with, instead of all the things Twitter critics have actually asked for? It's almost as if they're trying to make Twitter reform controversial. We tried, but nothing satisfies you guys!

But then again, maybe I'm just getting cranky in my old age.

1OK, fine, there's no maybe about it.

2If you want to learn more about this, BuzzFeed's "A Honeypot For Assholes" is probably the definitive piece about Twitter's problems.

3Twitter announced a tool for this a couple of days ago. Time will tell how well it works.

http://www.motherjones.com/kev.....t-assholes
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2016 12:47 pm    Post subject: Re: Twitter suspends accounts of many alt right activists Reply with quote

[quote="RCO"]( it is disturbing that the people running twitter do not appear to believe in free speech and may be removing users cause they supported Trump and hold alternative views )


I would bet anything that twitter does believe in free speech.

This move has nothing to do with free speech.

Twitter is also trying to sell and they are cleaning up their act.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2016 2:04 pm    Post subject: Re: Twitter suspends accounts of many alt right activists Reply with quote

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( it is disturbing that the people running twitter do not appear to believe in free speech and may be removing users cause they supported Trump and hold alternative views )


I would bet anything that twitter does believe in free speech.

This move has nothing to do with free speech.

Twitter is also trying to sell and they are cleaning up their act.



twitter has yet to fully explain there actions since the sudden closing of these pages .

I think in general twitter believes in free speech but after trump's win there was a sense that social media played a role in his victory and so some wonder if twitter felt guilty and this is there way of trying to fix things

not that I honestly think the removal of a handful of right wing pages is going to have much overall impact on American politics , the amount of people who actually viewed them would be so small it have little impact

I think the stories coming out about how twitter removed them has ended up hurting twitter more than whatever they gained by doing this , once there is a perception of a bias one way or another its hard to alter that , a lot of people now are starting to wonder who's really running twitter and what there agenda is ?
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2016 2:52 pm    Post subject: Re: Twitter suspends accounts of many alt right activists Reply with quote

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I think the stories coming out about how twitter removed them has ended up hurting twitter more than whatever they gained by doing this , once there is a perception of a bias one way or another its hard to alter that , a lot of people now are starting to wonder who's really running twitter and what there agenda is ?[/quote]
People have been leaving Twitter because of all the stupidity that is posted.

It has burned thru CEO's a a rate of one every two years. The result is what one expects with that many chefs.

Twitter repeatedly turned down offers over the years. Now they realize that it isnt growing and they want to sell. Disney was/is looking into it but without tweet users cleaning up their act (via banishments) then the sale startegy tanks.

They could lose a ton of people who really shouldnt be tweeting but all social media is ripe with idiots.

The value of Twitter I suspect will rise as the new President Elect is a fan and that drives use.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2016 2:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

( conservatives bad ? but Muslim Brotherhood good ? more questions than answers at twitter )



Twitter Verifies Muslim Brotherhood’s Account Despite Pledges to Curb Hate Speech


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Twitter has verified an official English account of the Muslim Brotherhood, despite the platform’s pledge to fight hate speech. Multiple countries have designated the organization as a terrorist group.

On Saturday, Twitter awarded the Muslim Brotherhood a “verification check”, normally given to legitimate and prominent accounts on the platform. The reason for verification remains unclear due to Twitter’s policy of not commenting on individual accounts.

But under chief executive Jack Dorsey Twitter faced increasing controversy when it comes to free speech issues: prominent conservatives and an account dedicated to women’s rights in Saudi Arabia were suspended this year, for allegations of incitement or other reasons many critics called frivolous.


The Muslim Brotherhood account, however, has been openly aligned with another designated terrorist organization — Hamas — which seeks the destruction of Israel and the Jewish people and has been linked to numerous terror attacks. Back in April, Twitter shut down accounts associated with Hamas.

The now-verified Muslim Brotherhood account once compared Israel to South Africa’s apartheid system and reaffirmed its “deep appreciation” and “full support” of the so-called resistance movement Hamas and its military wing Qassam Brigades.



Meanwhile, the Muslim Brotherhood’s non-English account on Twitter openly celebrates the death of Jews and is widely shared among Twitter’s radical Islamists.



Is this the free speech Twitter wants to promote?


http://heatst.com/culture-wars.....te-speech/
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