Chris White of the Daily Caller reports the latest developments in social media companies’ ties to the controversial Southern Poverty Law Center.

Twitter appears to be one of the only big tech companies to back out of an alliance with the Southern Poverty Law Center after the group’s long-time president was fired for unspecified conduct reasons, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.

“The SPLC is not a member of Twitter’s Trust and Safety Council or a partner the company has worked with recently,” a source within the company told TheDCNF. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity and did not disclose when Twitter distanced itself from the SPLC, which was dealt a significant blow in March following reports suggesting the group scams people out of money.

Twitter listed the SPLC as a “safety partner” working to combat “hateful conduct and harassment,” according to a June 2018 DCNF report. The company also included the Trust and Safety Council, which “provides input on our safety products, policies, and programs,” Twitter’s policy page noted at the time. Twitter’s page no longer includes SPLC as a member helping to govern certain types of conduct.

Amazon, Google and Facebook have not responded to TheDCNF’s requests for comment regarding their ongoing affiliation with the SPLC. Facebook did, however, tell The Daily Signal that the company doesn’t “rely on any one outside group in the development of our policies.”