Notre instance Nitter est hébergée dans l'Union Européenne. Les lois de l'UE s'y appliquent. Conformément à la Directive 2001/29/CE du Parlement européen et du Conseil du 22 mai 2001 sur l'harmonisation de certains aspects du droit d'auteur et des droits voisins dans la société de l'information, « Les actes de reproduction provisoires visés à l'article 2, qui sont transitoires ou accessoires et constituent une partie intégrante et essentielle d'un procédé technique et dont l'unique finalité est de permettre : une transmission dans un réseau entre tiers par un intermédiaire, […] d'une oeuvre ou d'un objet protégé, et qui n'ont pas de signification économique indépendante, sont exemptés du droit de reproduction. » Aussi, toutes les demandes de retrait doivent être envoyées à Twitter, car nous n'avons aucun contrôle sur les données qu'ils ont sur leurs serveurs.

Free speech is good, even when I don’t like it. Biomedical engineering background (for the credentialists). Iowa native. Not selling anything.

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It continues to amaze me how I continue to lose trust in the government despite thinking I had none left
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☹️Notice how anesthesiologist & Trump appointee Jerome immediately jumps to invective “twidiot” & language of base rhetoricians (“misinformation”) & avoids the point: Alex is right. Jerome’s messaging is irresponsible, & will discourage sick people from getting necessary care.
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Will is so compromised by his religious-like devotion to his political ideology and naive, narrow worldview that he has no problem with the government colluding with social media companies to suppress politically damaging information. Don’t be like Will.
The Hunter Biden business is transparently an attempt to re-run the most successful GOP propaganda operation of the last 15 years: “HER EMAILS.” Once again there’s nothing here but they want to create a perception of scandal by talking in ways that atmospherically evoke scandal.
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Another reminder that flu season has regularly stressed hospitals in the past, we just didn’t have a society of hypochondriacs created by public health panic merchants back then.
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A lot of journalists are about to get very mad over Bari Weiss doing journalism.
If you think they melted down over Taibbi, Elon Musk says he gave Bari Weiss access to the twitter files about an hour ago
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Mainstream media in the United States is so transparently compromised that I’m not sure how we can fix it
The sleazy, pro-censorship pack of liberal employees of media corporations united last night to attack @mtaibbi -- as they do to any journalist who breaks a real story about real power centers -- and, because they were so desperate to discredit it, showed what they are. Watch:
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This messaging is irresponsible and completely beneath a former US Surgeon General. Creating panic by saying “tHeRe’S nO bEdS lEfT” accomplishes nothing besides discouraging people from seeking medical care in an emergency. Hospitals will still take care of them.
Hospitals in multiple states I’ve visited this week are all at a breaking point, due to the current RSV/ Flu/ Covid syndemic. They literally have no beds left for transfers for heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure, etc. Please consider your flu shot and your covid booster! 🙏🏽
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On the Today show this morning, they had Ben Collins pearl-clutching over the reinstatement of previously-suspended Twitter accounts. No mention of the enormous amount of corruption between Twitter and the US government, which you think would be the bigger story.
There is not one single article about @elonmusk or the @twitter email release last night on @nytimes app this morning.
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The inclusion criteria for this systematic review is egregiously low, but they got the headline they wanted out of it — “nearly half of COVID-19 survivors get long COVID”. Which is, of course, a ridiculous number for those of us living in the real world.
Our systematic review of 194 studies #LongCovid published 45% of #COVID19 survivors experience a range of unresolved symptoms at ∼ 4 months. Thanks to @OMahoney_L & @AshRouten for driving this @NIHRresearch sciencedirect.com/science/ar… @profhelenward
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Among a litany of other issues, “fatigue” was higher post-infection among non-hospitalized patients than hospitalized patients which makes absolutely no sense.
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You likely know someone who died from opioids/drugs. I know of 16. 8 were friends. All from my hometown in NC. 11 months. Interviews with friends, families, and teachers. What overdoses did to my hometown from the @washingtonpost listen, read, watch: wapo.st/3gSNyUa
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Not sure who needs to hear this, but free speech is a core American value that transcends political differences
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Interesting that instead of attacking the content of the Twitter report, people are immediately attacking the character of the reporter. Guess they realized this is the only angle that doesn’t end with them admitting “we don’t like free speech”.
Matt Taibbi...what sad, disgraceful downfall. I swear, kids, he did good work back in the day. Should be a cautionary tale for everyone. Selling your soul for the richest white nationalist on Earth. Well, he'll eat well for the rest of his life I guess. But is it worth it?
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It’s been fascinating to see how many of the same people warning us of impending fascism and totalitarianism from 2016-2020 are now big supporters of the government suppressing speech it doesn’t like because the “good guys” are now in control.
As a worldwide “public square,” this app should be heavily regulated for misinformation & spamming by hostile interests. If Elon can’t do that with his “company,” it should be seen as a public utility under governmental supervision. This system unregulated will be more deadly.
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Long COVID compared to Long URI A new paper puts the entire long COVID paradigm on its head. Patient outcomes are WORSE with other viruses How do I interpret it?
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During school closures in Fairfax County, students with disabilities received as little as 5 minutes of services per month for vital things such as speech, occupational and physical therapy. But please continue saying “schools didn’t close, they just moved online”.
This is a pretty big deal: the US Dept of Education finds after a 2-year investigation that Fairfax County, the largest school district in Virginia and 11th largest in the country, "badly failed students with disabilities during the coronavirus pandemic." washingtonpost.com/education…
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Poor choice of title & subtitle @nytimes... Our lawsuit is about California restricting physicians' rights to give *accurate*, nuanced information to their patients It has nothing to do with a right to "mislead"🤦‍♀️ It's patients who will pay the price 🫤 nytimes.com/2022/11/30/techn…
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Turns out around 600 of you guys were phonies.
Twitter is purging a lot of spam/scam accounts right now, so you may see your follower count drop
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The rest of you:
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The implication that masks don’t prevent infection but do prevent severe disease is absolutely bizarre. I’m no PhD but lower mortality with similar/higher infection rates is more a reflection of a population’s general health and immunity levels, as opposed to “success” of masks.
Replying to @maosbot
Who would have guessed that it might be a good idea to wear masks during a pandemic of an airborne vascular disease
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