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Twitter allows hacked GiveSendGo Freedom Convoy data to spread on platform, ignores own policies

Breitbart: 'For the second time, Twitter is allowing hacked data from the Christian crowdfunding site GiveSendGo to spread freely on the platform, despite its seemingly stringent policies against sharing hacked material. This time, the Masters of the Universe are allowing users to spread hacked data on the site’s Freedom Convoy fundraiser.

'GiveSendGo was hacked after the platform was used to raise nearly $10 million for the Canadian Freedom Convoy, the trucker protest which has earned the support of freedom-lovers around the world for its successful defiance of Canada’s draconian coronavirus regime. Individuals including those with “blue check” verified accounts used Twitter to spread information obtained in the hack, such as the names of donors to the Freedom Convoy fundraiser.'

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