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    Default Sr Network Security Engineer Reveals Twitter Ready to Give Trump's Private DMs to DOJ

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUtr7fNwagg

    "A Project Veritas undercover investigation has revealed a senior network security engineer at Twitter suggesting that his company turns over the private communications and deleted tweets of President Donald Trump to the Department of Justice."
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    ^That's a synopsis^

    Collusion delusion is the obvious projection from the left, as always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaard View Post
    actually, they are free to turn over anything they want... the government cant demand or compel them without a warrant if they dont want to.....

    the government cannot search my house with a warrant if i do not want them, to. but there is nothing that stops me from allowing them to search my house if i want to let them......

    twitter chooses not to share data, but there is no law that prevents them from doing so if they wanted to......
    The same principle of the police only searching a home with the person's consent or a warrant should apply here, or to phone or internet providers. They shouldn't be handing over private and personal information without an order from a judge.

    Otherwise you can have law enforcement doing what they like without protecting the rights of individuals.

    I'm quite sure if the police contacted Verizon and said they wanted to search person Xs cell phone data Verizon would ask where the warrant was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsjoanne View Post
    The same principle of the police only searching a home with the person's consent or a warrant should apply here, or to phone or internet providers. They shouldn't be handing over private and personal information without an order from a judge.

    Otherwise you can have law enforcement doing what they like without protecting the rights of individuals.

    I'm quite sure if the police contacted Verizon and said they wanted to search person Xs cell phone data Verizon would ask where the warrant was.
    Ownership is in the hand of Twitter not the person using their website you give up that right in their TOS.
    google does the same thing they read every email sent on gmail for key-words which they use target their ADs.

    most companies will ask for a warrant because handing over personal information is a good way to loose customers but there is no law stopping them form just doing it.
    a lot of major companies work with the Federal law enforcement freely on some cases like terrorism and child trafficking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianJudo View Post
    Twitter is suggesting armed rebellion?
    I hope not, but just a campaign of non~sense is all YOU, and they offer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus X-1 View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUtr7fNwagg

    "A Project Veritas undercover investigation has revealed a senior network security engineer at Twitter suggesting that his company turns over the private communications and deleted tweets of President Donald Trump to the Department of Justice."

    Collusion delusion is the obvious projection from the left, as always.
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    "See a Crime; report a Crime..."

    But I guess that doesn't apply when its Republican politicians committing the crimes.
    Its still not bad enough, yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus X-1 View Post
    So, back to the point of this thread. Perhaps NONE of you leftists viewed it, but damn...
    Really?

    Leftist's lust for control is the antithesis of the Constitution. They are pouncing while they can with the explosive advent of 'social media", but equilibrium will be their downfall.

    There are TONS of countering points of view.

    The soviets failed in keeping Russia communist, but they exceeded in infiltrating the United States while they could.

    The pathetic results are displayed here every day.
    Seems like the point of your post is:

    Conservatives' lust for control is the antithesis of the Constitution. They are pouncing while they can while they have full control of all branches of Government.

    There are TONS of countering points of view.

    The soviets failed in keeping Russia communist, but they succeeded in influencing the United States Presidential Election while they could.

    The pathetic results are displayed here every day (see OP).
    Its still not bad enough, yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airyaman View Post
    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/tw...rticle/2645585

    “The individual depicted in this video was speaking in a personal capacity and does not represent or speak for Twitter,” Twitter told International Business Times. “Twitter only responds to valid legal requests, and does not share any user information with law enforcement without such a request.”

    “We deplore the deceptive and underhanded tactics by which this footage was obtained and selectively edited to fit a pre-determined narrative,” Twitter’s spokesperson said. “Twitter is committed to enforcing our rules without bias and empowering every voice on our platform, in accordance with the Twitter Rules.”
    Yep...Veritas....selectively edited is their thing....just like mooslim prayer rugs at the southern border....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus X-1 View Post
    Sure, they can COLLUDE with .gov to subvert the Constitution whenever they feeeeel like it.
    Ennhhh...if he willingly employed twitter, and twitter has no policy that this information is to be private, then he had no expectation of privacy. However, such a policy is likely not in the best interests of twitter for the message it sends its users.
    Give it to the DOJ? That implies something incriminating....or just that there is a security engineer at twitter that hates Trumps guts and is talking out of his hat for his own gratification.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DougBH View Post
    Ennhhh...if he willingly employed twitter, and twitter has no policy that this information is to be private, then he had no expectation of privacy. However, such a policy is likely not in the best interests of twitter for the message it sends its users.
    Give it to the DOJ? That implies something incriminating....or just that there is a security engineer at twitter that hates Trumps guts and is talking out of his hat for his own gratification.
    Its the latter Twitter policy said so today when asked about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus X-1 View Post
    "conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch."
    How does it incite rebellion?
    Kakistocracy n. (kak·is·toc·ra·cy / kækɪsˈtɑkɹəsi) Government by the worst persons; a form of government in which the worst persons are in power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus X-1 View Post
    So, back to the point of this thread. Perhaps NONE of you leftists viewed it, but damn...
    Really?

    Leftist's lust for control is the antithesis of the Constitution. They are pouncing while they can with the explosive advent of 'social media", but equilibrium will be their downfall.

    There are TONS of countering points of view.

    The soviets failed in keeping Russia communist, but they exceeded in infiltrating the United States while they could.

    The pathetic results are displayed here every day.
    The only thing pathetic here is your synopsis of this event.

    I have no idea how what you typed above is remotely related to the subject of the thread, but what I find completely ironic is that you're supporting a POTUS who 1) suggested we should look into cancelling some media licenses and 2) wishes that libel laws were more relaxed so he could try and sure anyone who says anything negative about him.

    You were saying about "countering points of view"...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus X-1 View Post
    "conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch."
    Yes, that is the definition of sedition. Now how is it even remotely applicable here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsjoanne View Post
    The same principle of the police only searching a home with the person's consent or a warrant should apply here, or to phone or internet providers. They shouldn't be handing over private and personal information without an order from a judge.

    Otherwise you can have law enforcement doing what they like without protecting the rights of individuals.

    I'm quite sure if the police contacted Verizon and said they wanted to search person Xs cell phone data Verizon would ask where the warrant was.
    Handing over archived Tweets does not amount to private or personal information. Think about this. Unless you have your tweets set to private, they are available for the entire world to see and read. So, if post a public tweet, then delete it later, that doesn't mean you never said it, it simply means you must regret posting it for some reason. At any rate, you can't walk into a public setting, say something, and then act as though you never said anything.


    Per the terms of Twitter's Privacy Policy:

    Law and Harm: Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Privacy Policy, we may preserve or disclose your information if we believe that it is reasonably necessary to comply with a law, regulation, legal process, or governmental request; to protect the safety of any person; to address fraud, security or technical issues; or to protect our or our users’ rights or property. However, nothing in this Privacy Policy is intended to limit any legal defenses or objections that you may have to a third party’s, including a government’s, request to disclose your information.

    https://twitter.com/en/privacy

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoutwest View Post
    Handing over archived Tweets does not amount to private or personal information. Think about this. Unless you have your tweets set to private, they are available for the entire world to see and read. So, if post a public tweet, then delete it later, that doesn't mean you never said it, it simply means you must regret posting it for some reason. At any rate, you can't walk into a public setting, say something, and then act as though you never said anything.


    Per the terms of Twitter's Privacy Policy:

    Law and Harm: Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Privacy Policy, we may preserve or disclose your information if we believe that it is reasonably necessary to comply with a law, regulation, legal process, or governmental request; to protect the safety of any person; to address fraud, security or technical issues; or to protect our or our users’ rights or property. However, nothing in this Privacy Policy is intended to limit any legal defenses or objections that you may have to a third party’s, including a government’s, request to disclose your information.

    https://twitter.com/en/privacy
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsjoanne View Post
    The same principle of the police only searching a home with the person's consent or a warrant should apply here, or to phone or internet providers. They shouldn't be handing over private and personal information without an order from a judge.

    Otherwise you can have law enforcement doing what they like without protecting the rights of individuals.

    I'm quite sure if the police contacted Verizon and said they wanted to search person Xs cell phone data Verizon would ask where the warrant was.
    verizon chooses to not hand the data over which is their legal right, but they are under no legal obligation to choose not to hand over the data if they wished to......
    this post is coming from inside your house.....

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