Harvard Professor Naomi Oreskes condemns free speech on Twitter-X as scary at the annual Davos globalist gathering.
Naomi Oreskes: For a long time I was on Twitter, and now it’s become such a toxic place that I’ve concluded it’s not a worthwhile place to spend time. And as you’ve said, it is exhausting. So you do have to pick and choose and you have to think about where, the places where you can get your message across. But I am trying to figure out, I mean, I have given up on X. What a scary name that even is, right. And I don’t know what the alternative is right now.
Swiss physicist Luciana Vaccaro then chimed in: “So the question of the social media, I must say that I have happened on Twitter too. So X, because, yeah, it’s toxic environment and we talk about it. I have no solution on that, but I think one day it will come the moment of the code of conduct in these places, because journals, journalists, if you spread crazy news and insults, and if a journalist thinks it can be amended, why social medias that have such big power? We still can because it’s new. But I think there will be a sociological reflection on how information is brought there. Of course, on ECS now, there is also the policy of the owner that is problematic. But I think this is a problem of the society of the future. Did the ontology in social media and that.
Via Rukshan Fernando.
They’re going after speech. They want to control you.
After listening in on one day of the WEF24 Agenda at Davos it is very clear that 2024 will see a concerted effort globally by governments and institutions to reign in online platforms with the use of hate speech laws and content regulation legislation. Platforms that don’t comply… pic.twitter.com/AhlbpiKrCJ
— Rukshan Fernando (@therealrukshan) January 16, 2024