PRINCE HARRY SAYS HE WARNED TWITTER CEO OF THE CAPITOL HILL VIOLENCE
11 November 2021
Prince Harry of Britain has said that he warned the Chief Executive of Twitter ahead of the Capitol Hill Riots on January 6th this year. He said that the social media platform was being used to organise, and stage the political unrest in the capital, Washington DC. While speaking on a virtual panel that dealt with misinformation in California, Harry said he made his concerns known to the Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
“Jack and I were emailing each other prior to January 6 where I warned him that his platform was allowing a coup to be staged,” the British prince said. “That email was sent the day before and then it happened and I haven’t heard from him since,” he added. Twitter has not yet made a statement regarding the claim.
While speaking at the event, he accused Facebook of misleading billions of people with misinformation and fake news about Covid-19 and Climate Change. He also called out Youtube for spreading videos that were having misinformation about the virus. “And worse, they came to the users via the recommendation tool within YouTube’s own algorithm versus anything that the user was actually searching for….. It shows really that it can be stopped but also they didn’t want to stop it because it affects their bottom line,” he said.
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