Twitter boss sorry over white supremacist ad
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey has apologised after an advert for a white supremacist group appeared on the social media platform.
The advert promoted an article headlined, "The United States was founded as a white people's republic."
Mr Dorsey tweeted that the firm had "made a mistake" and blamed an automated system.
However, according to reports, Twitter had originally said a screenshot of the advert appeared to be fake.
When the ad was first brought to Twitter's attention by writer and musician Ariana Lenarsky, a spokesperson told the website Motherboard that the... read more
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