Amid accusations of bias, censorship and abuse of its vast power that erupted across America after Twitter muzzled revelations about Hunter Biden and his father, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, the social media giant says it will make a few changes.
But don’t count on tweeting links to a bombshell report about Hunter Biden any time soon.
Twitter’s Vijaya Gadde issued a series of tweets Thursday concerning the platform’s Hacked Materials Policy, which it had been using to justify shutting down accounts — including the personal account of White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and the official Trump campaign account — that tried to share stories first published by the New York Post that were based on a copy of a computer hard driver allegedly found in a Delaware computer repair shop. None of the materials was obtained through hacking.
The stories noted that among the contents of the hard