Insights

Communication and Technology news

Jack Dorsey tries to clear up his obliviousness about Myanmar atrocities

12/12/2018

Thousands of Rohingya have been slaughtered, and Twitter helped fuel the hate. On Sunday the Twitter CEO posted a few tweets about what a fantastic time he had while on a meditation retreat in Myanmar. It was a country, he tweeted, that was “absolutely beautiful” and whose “people are full of...
Thousands of Rohingya have been slaughtered, and Twitter helped fuel the hate. On Sunday the Twitter CEO posted a few tweets about what a fantastic time he had while on a meditation retreat in Myanmar. It was a country, he tweeted, that was “absolutely beautiful” and whose “people are full of joy.” Oh, also “the food is amazing.”Read Full Story Thousands of Rohingya have been slaughtered, and Twitter helped fuel the hate. On Sunday the Twitter CEO posted a few tweets about what a fantastic time he had while on a meditation retreat in Myanmar. It was a country, he tweeted, that was “absolutely beautiful” and whose “people are full of joy.” Oh, also “the food is amazing.”Read Full Story
twittermyanmaraboutfullwhose

Need a professional cloud based solution for your email and productivity?

Join Google Workspace

Cookies Usage

This website uses cookies to improve the user experience and feed the platform's statistical systems. By continuing, you will be accepting their use.