Promising transparency, Twitter enters the campaign funding fray

by Brian Braiker
With the 2016 presidential race underway in earnest (and sometimes not-so-earnest), it seems everyone has a political action committee, or PAC. Add to that list Twitter. In a blog post that updated corporate political policies yesterday, the social media company announced that its revamped PAC, originally launched in 2013, is set to make its first-ever federal campaign contrib ...Read the full article


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