“Post Live Election Daily” will feature interviews with Acting Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council Brooke Leslie Rollins, Former Attorney General of the United States Eric Holder, Former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Newt Gingrich and more.
The Washington Post today announced it will host live programming of the 2020 presidential race, including a daily Washington Post Live virtual series, a special broadcast report on election night and innovative graphics presentations of the vote count. In addition to The Post’s comprehensive reporting and analysis, viewers can tune in to The Post’s site and YouTube channel to follow coverage in the lead-up to election night and as the results come in.
“Post Live Election Daily” will offer a crisp snapshot of the 2020 election in a fast-paced, robust 30-minute program, sponsored by Bank of America. Starting at 1 p.m. ET on Wednesday, October 28, viewers
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Global supply chains and logistics sectors have undergone a major disruption during the past few months, thanks to the pandemic. Several first-time users logged on to e-commerce websites to make safe, virtual purchases for essentials and had a contactless delivery experience at their doorstep. The sector also witnessed a major shift in popular categories, from luxury and lifestyle purchases to shopping for basic essentials such as groceries, medicines, office and school supplies, e-learning tools and even food delivery. As per an impact report released by Uni-commerce, titled E-commerce Trends Report 2020, e-commerce has witnessed an order-volume growth of 17 per cent as of June 2020, and about 65 per cent growth in single brand e-commerce platforms.
However, in-spite of challenges such as manufacturing slowdown, shortage
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The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a veterans service organization dedicated to mutual helpfulness. The organization has a long history of supporting patriotic programs and activities across the United States, and in select countries around the world.
American Legion Matawan Post 176 has been a fixture in the Matawan-Aberdeen community for the better part of 100 years. Founded in 1920, Post 176 has spearheaded and supported numerous community initiatives and events, to include Veterans Day history programs, charitable collections, social events and the dedication of military monuments around Matawan.
In 2019, the post planned for and oversaw the dedication of the Matawan World War II Memorial in historic Rose Hill Cemetery. Members of the post also supported local food and financial collections to help bring relief to those
Twitter TWTR has kept the Post’s official Twitter account locked since Thursday, the Post says, when the newspaper shared several tweets about its story on Hunter Biden that has been increasingly called in question.
On Thursday, Twitter blocked sharing of the Post story and said the piece violated several of its rules, including a prohibition on sharing personal information and hacked materials. Facebook also reduced distribution of the Post report, but the brunt of conservative displeasure over the social media sites’ limiting access to the
Twitter earlier this week banned an article published by the New York Post regarding the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
The report was based in part on files and emails that the Post said were taken from Hunter Biden’s laptop.
Twitter’s decision to ban a story published by a conservative-leaning publication without explanation seemed to affirm Republicans’ long-held theory that Big Tech is biased against the right.
The move undermined what Twitter has said is its mission to implement fair moderation policies and limit disinformation on its platform, especially ahead of one of the most important presidential elections in modern US history.
Twitter has reversed its decision to block users from sharing an unsubstantiated article from the New York Post about former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter, The New York Times reports.
The company had previously stopped users from being able to post the story about alleged emails between a Ukrainian energy executive and Hunter Biden, citing its policy against sharing private information and against distributing “content obtained without authorization.” But after facing backlash especially among Republicans including President Trump, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said Friday that blocking links to the story “was wrong,” and the company altered its policies so that it “will no longer remove hacked content unless it is directly shared by hackers or those acting in concert with them,” per BuzzFeed News.
When Twitter announced changes to its policy on hacked materials on Thursday, the Hunter Biden article was still being blocked because Twitter said it violated
Twitter is keeping itself in front of the political firing line by inconsistently applying policy to a series of unconfirmed reports by the New York Post about Joe Biden’s son Hunter — moves Republicans have slammed as censorship and election interference.
The social network initially banned the Post’s story Wednesday about Hunter Biden’s alleged attempts to influence his father, Joe Biden, to try to shut down a probe into Ukrainian energy company Burisma and another claiming Hunter tried to leverage his father’s status as VP in the Obama administration to boost his compensation from Burisma. Originally, Twitter said the Post’s stories — based on info furnished by Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer — violated its “hacked materials” policy, as they included information purportedly harvested from a laptop of uncertain origin. Twitter did an about-face Friday to allow users to tweet them.
Yesterday, CEO Jack Dorsey admitted blocking URLs without
PALO ALTO Calif/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Twitter Inc TWTR.N on Friday confirmed it reversed its decision to block links to a New York Post article about Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son, despite reaffirming the ban late on Thursday.
Republicans who had decried Twitter’s earlier actions posted the story freely on the site. “You can now share the bombshell story Big Tech didn’t want you to see,” Arizona Representative Paul Gosar tweeted on Friday morning.
Twitter acknowledged Friday it had stopped blocking links to early versions of the New York Post articles, saying the private information included in them had become widely available in the press and on other platforms.
The company’s policy chief Vijaya Gadde said Thursday night that Twitter had decided to make changes to its hacked materials policy following feedback, but a spokesman told Reuters that the New York Post story would still be blocked for “violating the
Twitter TWTR has changed its mind and will let a dubious New York Post report on Hunter Biden be shared on its platform following several days of intense criticism from Republicans and ahead of CEO Jack Dorsey’s Congressional testimony next week.
It’s a complete reversal from Wednesday when the Post published its story and Twitter blocked users from sharing its URL. At the time, Twitter said the Post story contained hacked material and personal information and sharing those things were against its rules. (Worth noting: It’s not clear if the material cited by the Post is a genuine hack—or if they’re forgeries. Twitter nonetheless decided to treat it as an actual hack.) Facebook also throttled the distribution
(Bloomberg) — Twitter Inc. is changing its Hacked Materials Policy, walking back a set of rules at the heart of its enforcement action this week against a controversial article that included potentially damaging allegations against U.S. presidential candidate Joe Biden.
In a series of tweets late Thursday, policy chief Vijaya Gadde said that the company will no longer remove hacked content “unless it is directly shared by hackers or those acting in concert with them.” Instead, it “will label Tweets to provide context instead of blocking links from being shared on Twitter.” Gadde said the updated policy will be put in place in the coming days.
Twitter found itself at the center of a political firestorm this week after both