Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is facing backlash for encouraging people to visit Myanmar, where social media may have helped fuel a mass genocide
Sunday, 9 December 2018 · *Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey sparked outrage with his positive Tweets about his recent trip to Myanmar.*
· *Social media platforms — including Facebook and Twitter — may have worsened a humanitarian crisis there.*
· *Twitter users are responding criticizing Dorsey's posts for being "tone-deaf."*
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is at the center of yet another controversy. This time Dorsey sparked outrage with his positive Tweets about his recent trip to Myanmar. Twitter users say Dorsey's posts for being "tone-deaf." Business Insider reports that Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter may...
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