Twitter Denies Claim That 'Hundreds' Of Employees Are Reading Direct Messages

Lloyd Doyle
January 16, 2018

"So, everything you send is stored on my server", he says, adding that one can not delete them either. The video fed into the already rife notion that Twitter continues to silence those with conservative viewpoints.

Twitter has disputed footage from filmmaker James O'Keefe allegedly showing Twitter employees claiming that people at the company monitor users' direct messages.

The undercover footage features four Twitter engineers-Clay Haynes, Conrado Miranda, Mihai Alexandru Florea, and Pranay Singh.

"There's teams dedicated to it". Which means I have seen alot of d*ck pics.

"That's, yeah... You know, actually..." Lots of dicks. Unfortunately, there is a lot of porn.

So all your sex messages and your, like, d*** pics, are on my server now.
"All your illegitimate wives, and, like, all the girls you've been fucking around with, they are on my server now".

'They never go away, they are always on there. "And they sell that data".

Apart from accessing users' private data, Twitter is also accused of using it to lure advertisers. "You're basically paying for the right to use our website with your data basically, and it's the same on every free website". Please support our work with a small gift today. "There is no way".

Haynes said: "It is creepy Big Brother". It's like a level... I don't want to say it freaks me out, but it disturbs me, ' he added.

'It's a genie out of the bottle kind of thing after that point.

More recently, Twitter has forced to clarify why it doesn't ban world leaders even when some might feel they have overstepped a line, as happened with the case of Trump's nuclear button tweet.

With regards to Project Veritas' claims that Twitter can forward any personal information, the company states that it does not share any of its users' personal information with law enforcement unless there's a valid legal request.

Project Veritas' investigation into Twitter is damning, with no word from the company yet and I'm sure once they do, it will be deny, deny, deny.

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