REPORT: House Reps Makes Major Demand on Twitter to Ban…

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Members of Congress petitioned Twitter on Wednesday to ban accounts linked to several foreign terrorist groups, including the Palestinian Hamas organization, according to a letter sent to the social networking site.

The 16 lawmakers urged Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to remove “all content promoting terrorist activity,” including banning “senior Hamas officials and associates from Twitter who radicalize individuals to incite violence against Israelis,” according to a statement issued by the members.

The article goes on to state the following:

Twitter has emerged as a leading platform for militant groups and their leaders to communicate their radical messages. While the social networking site has worked to crack down on speech it considers hateful and dangerous, including the banning of radical political figures on both the far left and right, it has a mixed record when it comes to Islamic radicals who use the service to promote terrorism.

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