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US election: Jack Dorsey grilled by Ted Cruz on Twitter election fraud warning



Texas Senator Ted Cruz toasted Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey during a US Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday, Cruz asking Dorsey if Twitter behaves like an editor when posting and moderating statements about electoral fraud. When asked if voter fraud existed, Dorsey replied, “I don’t know for sure”. Cruz then asked the CEO of Twitter if he was an expert on electoral fraud. Dorsey replied, “No, I am not.” Cruz claimed that Twitter was posting warnings on all statements referring to voter fraud which Dorsey defended saying they “were simply related to a larger conversation.” Senator Cruz disagreed with Dorsey, citing a statement on Twitter that “voter fraud is extremely rare in the United States”. The US Senate Judiciary Committee posed tough questions to Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about decisions made by the two social media platforms on content moderation in the 2020 US election. Since the presidential election As of November 3, Twitter and Facebook reported several user posts, including President Donald Trump, who made unsubstantiated allegations of widespread electoral fraud, and President-elect Joe Biden’s son Hunter. MORE: For more information, please subscribe to the Global News Channel HERE: Like Global News on Facebook HERE: Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: Follow Global News on Instagram HERE: #GlobalNews # COVID19 #Coronavirus.

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