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Twitter CEO Dorsey on Hate Speech, Tech Regulation

By Bloomberg
04 April 2019   |   1:00 pm
Twitter Inc. Chief Executive Officer and co-founder Jack Dorsey discusses the need for free expression while addressing hate speech and harrassment on the company's platform, the outlook for social media regulation, and user engagement efforts.

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