Monday, June 13, 2016

Twitter chairman: Even painful political tweets have a place

US Internet giant Google senior vice president Omid Kordestani announces Google and Japanese mobile communication giant NTT DoCoMo partnership which include providing Google's search and other services on the NTT DoCoMo's i-mode mobile Internet service in Tokyo 24 January 2008. (Photo: YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images) Twitter chairman Omid Kordestani says that even the harshest, most painful political tweets have a place on Twitter — whether we like it or not. “How do you personally react to that, it’s painful to read these tweets — that’s our society, you have to have room for all these voices,” Kordestani said at the Bloomberg technology conference. “The discourse… Read More

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