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16.10.2018

The Facebook and Twitter purge: you can violate policies by doing nothing

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Filed under: internet, media, politics, publishing, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 23.50

3 Responses to ‘The Facebook and Twitter purge: you can violate policies by doing nothing’

  1. […] the latter part of the 2010s that Twitter is as bad as Facebook, with its love of bots, bigotry and its mass censorship. Now it’s as devoted to selling its users as the rest of Big Tech. The net result is I’ll begin […]

  2. […] Twitter also tracks your preferences, even after you opt out of ad customization « Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on The Facebook and Twitter purge: you can violate policies by doing nothing […]

  3. […] it. But Twitter seems to be far harder to gauge in 2019–20 on just what will get you shut down. Guess it could happen any time to anyone. Shall we expect more in their election year? Be careful when commenting on US politics: it […]

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