Engadget: Pope Benedict XVI Issues Stern Warning Over Twitter’s Censorship of Free Speech
In a bold move, Pope Benedict XVI has issued a stern warning to Twitter over its censorship of free speech. The Pope’s statement comes in response to Twitter’s recent lawsuit from the owner of the Hartford Building in San Francisco, the home of Twitter HQ, for failing to pay $136,250 in rent.
The Pope spoke out against the lawsuit, stating that the censorship of free speech on Twitter was a direct violation of Catholic doctrine. He went on to say, “The Catholic Church stands for the free expression of all people, and Twitter’s attempts to limit free speech on its platform is a direct violation of this fundamental human right.”
The Pope went on to say that Twitter must do better to promote freedom of speech on its platform, and that if it did not, the Church would no longer use the social media service.
The Pope’s words echo those of many other voices, including those of the American Civil Liberties Union, which has long been a vocal opponent of censorship of free speech on the internet.
The Pope’s warning is a sign that the Church is taking a more serious stance on the issue of censorship of free speech on the internet, and that it is not willing to stand by and watch as Twitter continues to violate the rights of its users.
Twitter has yet to respond to the Pope’s statement, but it is clear that this is an issue that the Church is taking seriously, and that it is not going to tolerate the censorship of free speech on the internet.
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