I’m a member of what is likely a reasonably sizable informal group of people who trained to be a CEO but declined the job — in my case, several times. So I don’t envy the position that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is in as he tries to figure out a way to do the right thing concerning the spread of false information and defend his company against an attack by the designated leader of the free world. I’ve been receiving email and social media queries asking me to use my influence to get Jack to do the “right thing.” There are two issues with this.
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