Prince Harry said he saw a coup coming and even warned Twitter’s boss, Jack Dorsey, that his platform was being used to organize an insurrection just one day before the riot in Capitol on January 6
About on a panel called the Internet Lie Machine, organized by Wired magazine, the British royal claimed to have seen the coup coming in the United States.
Asked if he had ever talked to the tech bosses, Prince Harry said it was in discussion via e-mail with Twitter chief Jack Dorsey before the uprising on the Capitol.
“Jack and I were emailing each other before January 6th and I warned him that his platform was allowing a coup d’etat to be organized. That email was sent the day before and then it happened and I haven’t heard anything since “, said the prince.
Harry claimed that Big Tech does not want do whatever it takes to counter disinformation online because in it ultimately has an impact on their bottom line.
An undisciplined crowd of a few thousand of supporters of former US President Donald Trump stormed the United States Capitol in Washington on January 6, contesting the results of the presidential elections of 2020. Nearly 700 have been charged for their role in the revolt, which was described by political officials and media like “Internal terrorism” a “insurrection,” it’s a “Attempted coup”.
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Social media platforms have faced more control in the awakening of the revolt, with many Democrats alleging that the companies had failed to prevent spread of information that would have contributed to the assault of the Capitol. FBI sources told Reuters in August that the agency had not seen many prove of an organized plot to break into the building.
In October, Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen said the algorithms on The fault was the Mark Zuckerberg site and the company failed to monitor your own pages.
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