Twitter released a statement Friday after a number of Twitter users said the January 2 tweet threatening nuclear war violated Twitter's revised Terms of Service, launching a campaign to stomp out violent threats on their platform, often by shutting down offending accounts.
Letterman lands Obama as first guest on new Netflix show
It will be his first talk show appearance since leaving the White House in January of a year ago . Barack Obama was recently seen in a sit-down interview with Prince Harry for BBC.
As long as he is CEO of Twitter and Square, they can not be considered moral tech companies, and the board of directors of both should do the right thing and insist that either Trump or Jack must go.
In a blog post Friday, Twitter said it would not block the accounts of world leaders even if their statements were "controversial" because of a need to promote discussions about public policy.
"We review Tweets by leaders within the political context that defines them, and enforce our rules accordingly", the company explained. "Elected world leaders play a critical role in that conversation due to their outsized impact on our society", they wrote.
Senate candidate Roy Moore's accuser: I was a 14-year-old child
Corfman after the election and the content of his affidavit demonstrate that if not enjoined, he will continue to defame Ms. She said she had been sitting with her mother on a bench awaiting a child custody hearing in her parents' divorce case.
"No one person's account drives Twitter's growth, or influences these decisions", Twitter said. "We are working to make Twitter the best place to see and freely discuss everything that matters".
Senators Martin Heinrich and Ron Wyden asked the Director of National Intelligence, Daniel Coats, to "assess the risk to the United States and to USA interests and personnel" arising from a tweet Trump posted on January 2.
If you're still using Twitter, you probably won't be surprised by the fact that the company retains its right to impose its own rules selectively - after all, it's been doing so for years. "We believe that's the best way to help our society make progress", it said.
MPs call for 'latte levy' on disposable coffee cups
A more focused target has thus been recommended: all single-use coffee cups placed in recycling bins to be recycled by 2023 . The figure is much less than the 25p suggested by MPs as the sort of levy that would drive people to stop using the cups.
Trump, who has exchanged a series of threats and insults with the Pyongyang regime since a year ago, tweeted late Tuesday that he, too, has a "nuclear button" that is "much bigger and more powerful" than the one North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has.