Former NYT columnist Bari Weiss releases 'Twitter Recordsdata Half Two'

Former New York Instances columnist Bari Weiss launched the second installment of the “Twitter Recordsdata” on Thursday night time, sharing pictures of accounts that Twitter allegedly positioned on varied forms of “blacklists.”

Weiss posted a number of pictures of what seems to be an inside Twitter system that marked sure accounts as being beneath varied sorts of “blacklists,” along with flagging different details about the accounts.

Jay Bhattacharya, a well being coverage professor from Stanford College who opposed COVID-19 lockdowns, appeared to have been positioned on a “Developments Blacklist,” as was the right-wing Libs of TikTok account, based on the pictures.

The account of conservative commentator Dan Bongino was apparently positioned on a “Search Blacklist,” whereas the pictures appeared to indicate Turning Level USA President Charlie Kirk had his account marked as “Do Not Amplify.”

The pictures additionally appeared to indicate that a number of of the accounts had been flagged with “Current Abuse Strike” and that extra primary info, comparable to when the accounts have been “Twitter Blue Verified” or “Excessive Profile,” had additionally been famous.

Weiss additionally shared purported screenshots of inside messages from Yoel Roth, Twitter’s former head of security and integrity, together with one through which he appeared to ask for analysis on “non-removal coverage interventions like disabling engagements and deamplification/visibility filtering.”

Weiss’s Twitter thread is the second installment in what Twitter CEO Elon Musk has dubbed the “Twitter Recordsdata.” The primary installment, launched by unbiased journalist Matt Taibbi, appeared to indicate an inside debate on the social media firm over how one can deal with a New York Submit story about Hunter Biden.