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Fox News Boycott of Twitter Launches Its Fourth Week and Twitter's Stock Tumbles of Fear of Conservative Backlash



The recent days have been reported by several news sources, including Reuters today, that Fox News still has its Twitter boycott. The latest news report on Twitter was published November 8, the day Tucker Carlson's home was attacked by Intifada protesters. The Fox protest is about how Twitter handled tweets around the event.

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Fox News has not issued any official statement about his Twitter absence, and a spokesman refused to comment.

Several outlets reported this weekend that Twitter's break was protesting against the social media company's slow response to requests to delete tweets containing Carlson's home address.

Carlson later claimed that protesters had broken his front door and threatened him and his family – something that has been obscured by observers and has not been confirmed by a police report about the incident.

The dispute with Twitter seems to sit around another part of the event: Protesters filmed a sign with Carlson's home address and published the video online. Twitter has since removed the video in question, but apparently did not do it right away.

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Reuters reported that "Conservative lately complained about having their account unfairly closed by Twitter, and about alleged political bias in California company rules.

Twitter this week restored account of conservative commentator Jesse Kelly after US Senator elected Josh Hawley said Congress should investigate the company after closing the Kellys account and the account of Canadian feminist Megan Murphy. "

This afternoon the Twitter stock had fell by 6% and ended the day by 4.3%. No matter whether it's a share contest or just a shot over Twitter for acting more responsibly, it's not known at this time.

While Patently Apple (PA) is not going to drop Twitter in the foreseeable future, we hope to offer conservative Apple fans an alternative social media website that covers our reports in the future. [19659003]

Many PA fans have sent negative comments about Twitter, Facebook and Google in the last few quarters. They have expressed anger over major breaches of privacy, sale of data without punishment and political shenanigans

Tuesday Patently, Apple sent a report titled "IBM's CEO Rometty Joins Tim Cook in Blasting Data use of Social Media Giants like Google and Facebook. " If Wall Street actually sent Twitter a message this afternoon, then there's probably more to follow if the backlash is gaining momentum.

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