The Atlantic published a column on Thursday in which it condemned Twitter’s decision to censor a bombshell story from the New York Post that detailed the alleged relationship between Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, and Burisma. According to the article, Twitter’s censorship “sets a bizarre precedent, implying that the company might become an arbiter of journalistic rigor or public interest.”
In a column published on Thursday by the Atlantic, writer Kaitlyn Tiffany scolded Twitter over its decision to restrict sharing on a New York Post story that leaked details about an alleged relationship between Joe Biden and a Ukrainian energy firm.
The decision to block the story was allegedly based on Twitter’s “hacked information” policy, which permits the platform to remove content that was achieved by a computer hacker. However, there is little evidence to suggest that the information leaked in the story was obtained by hacking. For this reason, Tiffany argues in her