Twitter founder and chief executive Jack Dorsey insists his social media platform does not censor user content, despite suspicion suggesting otherwise.
"Absolutely not," he told "Today's" Matt Lauer during an interview Friday. "Twitter has always been about controls. People can follow whoever they want, and it's our job to make sure they see the most important things."
Despite complaints and getting "some nastiness every now and then" from Internet trolls, Dorsey said he has never blocked anyone on the account.
"I really want to see what people are saying and I want to hear from them."