Despite famously swearing that they took a long, hard look at themselves and found no hint of bias, Zuckerberg and Co. still have a hard time hiding their agenda. [Tweets from Wikileaks]:
@Facebook is blocking #DNCLeak email links. Monday is the Democratic National Convention
Many people say @Twitter is censoring links to #DNCLeak emails. Please search https://wikileaks.org/dnc-emails/ select a result and try posting.
Facebook has at least quickly, albeit rather cryptically, owned up to it. …
All day, reports from the DNC have been of utter chaos, booing, and a lot of protests. It’s a mess. With that in mind, here are the “Trending” topics on Facebook as I write this post: [List of 10 sport and celebrities stories, nothing on the Democrats’ troubles].
#DNCLeaks is pulled by Twitter from trending topics, by Rick Moran.
The conservative twitterverse erupted in outrage last night when Twitter summarily pulled #DNCLeaks from its trending topics.
The story had 250,000 tweets when it was pulled. After thousands of complaints, Twitter returned the issue to its trending topics 20 minutes later.
Be aware: Tech giants like Facebook, Google, Twitter, Microsoft, Amazon, and Yahoo haven’t even tried to hide their allegiance to the Democratic party, so the news they deliver may be slanted.