Topic: Right Wing

Google has denied the allegations of manually manipulating the search results.
There is a perception and a popular one among the RW, that “nothing” has been done to nurture RW ecosystem in the last five years.
In her tweet, Barkha demanded the Home Minister of the country, Rajnath Singh, himself intervene in the matter which is routinely dealt with by local Police.
Retweets on tweets of many right-wing Twitter users seen coming down rapidaly
The parliamentary panel refused to hear the team sent by Twitter, and said that the CEO must come for the hearing
Twitter's director, policy, for South Asia, Mahima Kaul, and other officials are to represent the social media giant before the parliamentary committee today.
This is not the first time social media giants have faced such allegations of pushing the promoters' bias
Twitter has been accused of silencing right wing voices by either blocking them or shadow banning them, thereby limiting their reach.
An organisation named Youth for Social Media Democracy (YSMD), which has a right-of-centre ideological leaning conducted a silent protest from Delhi's Saket to Lado Sarai where the regional office of Twitter is situated.
Altnews founder Pratik Sinha today stirred a hornet’s nest after he doxxed several unsuspecting users on Twitter simply because he did not agree with their political views.
Recently, the Odisha assembly had moved a motion to excuse Abhijit Iyer Mithra for making derogatory comments against the state.
How badly do liberals want to hurt India? How far would they go in their hatred and hypocrisy?
Twitter's 'hateful conduct' policy reveals a definite progressive bias. The platform has now banned 'misgendering' and 'deadnaming' after modifying its policy.
From the initial reaction by the sex workers on Snapchat on #ThotAudit, it appears at least some of them are guilty of the charge.
The petition has been filed under various sections of the Indian Penal Code, including 295A (deliberate and malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings), 500 (defamation) and 120B (criminal conspiracy).
I feel so uncomfortable around the Left, it is not a question of whether you will offend them, it’s just a question of when.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has earlier admitted the left-leaning bias of his employees, and has today, met Rahul Gandhi
When in India, Jack, you must indeed 'experience it all'. And experience the virtue of diversity and co-existence, you must.
There has been a recent storm brewing on Twitter where several right-leaning commentators are vexed about the increasing display of political bias by the platform. Earlier, Twitter CEO had admitted that its employees have a left-leaning bias. And repeated suspensions of right-leaning accounts have only strengthened the suspicion that Twitter is selectively targeting based on ideology. Today, a popular right-leaning spoof maker, @Spook_Junkie was suspended for inexplicable reasons. This had angered many who questioned the basis of this bias. Post the suspension, several right-leaning handles started looking for the root of this political bias. They dug up many tweets of Mahima...
A Twitter user who goes by the handle @Spoof_Junkie has been suspended by Twitter for inexplicable reasons.
Wake up and smell the coffee. Today it is Abhijit Iyer, tomorrow it could be you and I
With Social Media becoming an ideological battleground, it has often been noticed that platforms selectively target right-leaning platforms in an ad-hoc fashion.
I think the essential battle is the meta-battle of framing the narrative
I am not asking people to use idioms/terminologies of the West exclusively to tackle these problems
The raising Hindu self-awareness seems to threaten the already paranoid and insecure Left
Traditional media will continue to be on the decline and the alternative media will in time replace the traditional media.
There has been no dearth of hate on social media against the former Prime Minister on the occasion of his death.
Twitter is constantly struggling to maintaining the balance between freedom of speech and censorship
The Hindu tweeted in support of Umar Khalid before deleting it and issuing an apology.

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