Wikileaks Twitter account restored after mysterious suspension

Wikileaks Twitter account restored after mysterious suspension

Twitter has restored the Wikileaks account after it was taken down with no clear reason Monday. Earlier, WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson tweeted via his personal account sharing frustration over the account having been locked ’shortly before Assange extradition hearing’. He lamented on being been unable to ’reach a human at Twitter’ for answers, tagging Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.

Timothy
Timothy
npc8472
npc8472 1 months

"Mysterious suspension" riiiiight.....

No One
No One 1 months

Sadly the internet died in 2018 with the overturning of Section 230 of the CDA, its how they were able to arrest backpage dot com executives, great in theory, horrible for the rest of us. It used to say: “No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider.” But the FOSTA-SESTA Act (which lead to Section 230 exception) now made internet content providers responsible for their users' words and activities, That's when the REAL censorship began, LEGALLY. Sadly our law makers used sex trafficking legislation to pretty much delete the internet of free speech by bullying providers into "minority report" type tactics against its users.

michael zubas
michael zubas 1 months

God Save Assange.

mantico
mantico 1 months

Companies unlike people don’t have to abide by the constitution. Like the 1st or forth amendment. They can just do whatever they want, create their own policies and not even have to follow them. That’s why we see so much censorship on the internet, especially when it comes to fringe media outlets.

Barry
Barry 1 months

auto mods are assholes

not the 1%
not the 1% 1 months

Facebook and Twitter are deep state.. Manufacturers of Consent

little
little 1 months

willy nilly censorship

Stuart Russell
Stuart Russell 1 months

Why does any individual outside of any companies employ assume that companies private policies apply to them, when they don't!

Katharine
Katharine 1 months

You got hacked?😂

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