RT @email@example.com: 5) Interesting contrast regarding "never selling users' data"
@jcbrand (and everyone), may I ask that, if at all possible, primary sources be used when quoting stuff? #fakenews and all that. We have examples every day of people forwarding things that are false, half-truths, opinions passed as facts, etc. It is very easy to fall victim to that, but all the more so if one has to rely on the honesty of other posters up the chain.
@61 You're looking at a retweet of someone else's tweet, not something I wrote myself.
@jcbrand Yeah the person on twitter did take care to quote his source. I think it is important that sources are carried forward when crossposting.
Otherwise you end up in a situation like they have in #France right now where actual physical violence occurs in part thanks to people feeding each other false info online.
Let us not condition people to take things at face value, shall we?
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