Facebook, YouTube -- But Not Twitter -- to Block Spread of Whistleblower's Name

Twitter found itself isolated as other major social media platforms moved to block users from spreading the name of a CIA officer who conservatives contend filed the extraordinary whistleblower complaint against President Trump that triggered House impeachment hearings. Facebook said it would block references to the alleged whistleblower’s name and photo under its policy against “coordinating harm.” YouTube said it was doing the same.