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Twitter's CEO is leaving. The storms that consumed his company won't end

1 month ago   |   By Politico

The partisan fury that consumed Twitter during much of Jack Dorsey's tenure as CEO immediately transferred to his hand-picked successor on Monday - especially from the right.
Conservative activists and lawmakers heaped attacks on new CEO Parag Agrawal for a caustic 11-year-old tweet condemning anti-Muslim bigotry and some of his past remarks about free speech. Democratic lawmakers, meanwhile, said they're still looking for the company to clean up its handling of ills such as disinformation, hate speech and invasions of privacy.
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