Jack Dorsey, known to have made deaf statements on the platform he co-founded, is in the midst of another argument. This time is for the inclusion of a podcast that has been recorded with fitness writer Ben Greenfield. Greenfield has adopted anti-virus comments on Twitter and other platforms, continuing to do so despite the outbreaks of measles in the United States. a mountain of research aimed at enhancing human health. "
Thanks to Ben! A wonderful conversation and appreciate everything you do to simplify the mountain of research aimed at increasing human health! Thank you for your help https://t.co/EDmhE3OKnk
-jack (@jack) March 13, 2019
Recently, Greenfield doubled from the claim that vaccines cause autism and repeatedly include anti-vaccine propaganda on his podcast and social media pages.
Vaccines really cause autism (and because of Pete, do not trust @snopes for your news on this subject or other alternative health news): https: //t.co/9AFQd6lekk
– Ben Greenfield bengreenfield) 11 February 2019
TechCrunch contacted Twitter for a comment. A spokesman for the company told Recode that neither Dorsey, who has made a series of podcast events recently, or the company is aware of Greenfield's position on vaccines, and that the topic was not discussed during the interview. whereas other technology companies, including YouTube and Facebook, are currently limiting the anti-vaccination content. For example, YouTube has recently announced it will demotivate videos against vaccinations while Facebook has a reduced vaccine misinformation rating in its feed and hides it in Instagram. More recently, Pinterest, which bans the long-term anti-vaccination content, has also recently said it would stop the return of vaccine-related search results.  Dorsey has recently generated a feedback response to a quote about his meditation retreat in Myanmar. Rochinga's genocide and saying that Elon Musk is his favorite Twitter user, despite the fact that Musk's tweets have brought him legal problems, including the Securities and Exchange Commission.