— MURRAY (@MurrayIRL) May 30, 2019
We are not.
Next year, Rodney.
Katy Minshall, Head of UK Government, Public Policy and Philanthropy at Twitter; Neil Potts, Public Policy Director at Facebook; and Marco Pancini, Director of Public Policy at YouTube before the Home Affairs Committee in Westminster
The UK’s Home Affairs Committee heard from representatives from the big three social media companies, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, as part of an inquiry the committee is carrying out into hate crime.
The representatives were Katy Minshall, Head of UK Government, Public Policy and Philanthropy at Twitter; Neil Potts, Public Policy Director at Facebook; and Marco Pancini, Director of Public Policy at YouTube.
Irish journalist Gavin Sheridan followed the meeting and took notes…
The meeting can be watched back in full in video link above or here
Your seamless new favourite twitter feed.
If you’re not already a follower.
(H/T: Ultan Mashup)
Mark Coughlan tweetz:
My favourite Twitter interaction of the last while. Never change Ireland.
He seems happy.
Judging by Irish Twitter, a lot of people are already feeling triggered by the visit of Pope Francis. We’ll have to look at setting up some safe spaces for the easily offended.
— Michael Kelly (@MichaelKellyIC) August 13, 2018
— Ian Tighe (@IanSpins) January 5, 2018
Just look up the road. Did the gardai not see this truck parked on apath and cyclelane and facing the wrong way pic.twitter.com/Fgad7OGXEx
— Anto Moran (@moran_anto) January 5, 2018
Thanks Alan Bracken