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Snowden says platform censorship has “clearly gone too far”

The whistleblower comments on Twitter's new ownership.
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Former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor turned whistleblower, Edward Snowden, who is currently avoiding charges in , said censorship on social media platforms has gone too far.

Snowden made the remarks in response to acquiring . Musk has previously criticized Twitter for suppressing free speech. On Friday, he tweeted that “the bird is free,” which implied that Twitter will be more free speech-friendly under his ownership.

Snowden tweeted: “This is going to cause controversy, but platform censorship had clearly gone too far. Content moderation should be an individual decision, not a corporate prison. Let people make their own choices – and not just on Twitter.”

Musk tweeted a statement claiming that he acquired Twitter to “help humanity.”

“That is why I bought Twitter. I didn’t do it to make more money. I did it to try to help humanity, whom I love,” the statement added.

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