Sheryl Sandberg and Jack Dorsey (Facebook and Twitter CEOs) have announced that via Walt Disney Co. that they will not be re-nominated to it’s board due to a conflict of interest they see as Facebook and Twitter move further into Disney’s own business.
In fact, they’re wanting to slate 10 directors at its upcoming annual shareholders’ meeting and it doesn’t include either one of them.
So what’s the big deal? Well… James O’Keefe and Project Vertias are at it again, this time exposing some deep and troubling findings via Jack Dorsey, Twitter CEO.
On Twitter he wrote: “Breaking: Disney says Twitter CEO
@jack won’t seek re-election to board. If they only they new… his troubles have just begun. 3rd video Monday is incendiary.”
The BIG ONE will be exposed Monday. Check out this preview:
In a statement released by Disney, references were made specifically how both social media giants are moving toward producing or licensing their own entertain-based content.
“Given our evolving business and the businesses Ms. Sandberg and Mr. Dorsey are in, it has become increasingly difficult for them to avoid conflicts relating to Board matters, and they are not standing for re-election,” the statement said.
But what Project Veritas has uncovered is a disgusting display of bias, more specifically toward the Twitter and a massive onslaught of Conservative Shadow Banning — basically allowing the accounts to operate by stopping nearly all distribution to those who CHOSE to see their content.
As reported by Project Veritas:
On January 3rd 2018 at a San Francisco restaurant, Abhinov Vadrevu, a former Twitter Software Engineer explains a strategy, called “shadow banning,” that to his knowledge, Twitter has employed:
“One strategy is to shadow ban so you have ultimate control. The idea of a shadow ban is that you ban someone but they don’t know they’ve been banned, because they keep posting and no one sees their content. So they just think that no one is engaging with their content, when in reality, no one is seeing it.”
Twitter is in the process of automating censorship and banning, says Twitter Software Engineer Steven Pierre on December 8th of 2017:
“Every single conversation is going to be rated by a machine and the machine is going to say whether or not it’s a positive thing or a negative thing. And whether it’s positive or negative doesn’t (inaudible), it’s more like if somebody’s being aggressive or not. Right? Somebody’s just cursing at somebody, whatever, whatever. They may have point, but it will just vanish… It’s not going to ban the mindset, it’s going to ban, like, a way of talking.”
Olinda Hassan, a Policy Manager for Twitter’s Trust and Safety team explains on December 15th, 2017 at a Twitter holiday party that the development of a system of “down ranking” “shitty people” is in the works:
“Yeah. That’s something we’re working on. It’s something we’re working on. We’re trying to get the shitty people to not show up. It’s a product thing we’re working on right now.”
Former Twitter Engineer Conrado Miranda confirms on December 1st, 2017 that tools are already in place to censor pro-Trump or conservative content on the platform. When asked whether or not these capabilities exist, Miranda says, “that’s a thing.”
(H/T Project Veritas)