The Twitter censorship thread


an interesting alternative proposed here:

This video shows a lot of alternative platforms accessible through a Pleroma account.
And this is just the beginning. There will be more platforms that can be linked together, so that even voices in the most remote digital ghetto will have the possibility of wide reach.

Watch this video!



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^ It is funny to see how Jack Dorsey tweeted on how he thinks that he is going to be the creator of this open messaging protocol; saying Trump being booted off is bad, then being exposed the same day by Veritas as that being the beginning of a wider purge. And his actions a few days prior are causing mass exoduses to the real contenders for open protocols.

Both Zuck and Jack make a great deal

@acco - Are Plemora accounts only usable on their instance? From what I have seen that is the case with Mastadon.

Here is one instance of Pleroma.


Twitter decided to ban Lindell, who founded bedding company My Pillow, due to “repeated violations” of its civic integrity policy, a spokesperson said in a statement. The policy was implemented last September and is targeted at fighting disinformation.


The Gateway Pundit is now suspended.



Roskomnadzor says Twitter may be blocked in a month

MOSCOW, March 16. /TASS/. Roskomnadzor (RNC) will block the social network Twitter in Russia in a month if the service does not remove the banned information. The deputy head of the agency, Vadim Subbotin, told TASS.

"We took a month and observe Twitter's reaction on the issue of removing the banned information. After that, depending on the actions of the administration of the social network, appropriate decisions will be made, - said the spokesman of TASS. If Twitter does not comply with the requirements of Roskomnadzor, the requirements of the Russian law, respectively, we will consider the issue of complete blocking of the service in Russia.

According to him, if the company meets all the requirements, the sanctions against it will be removed.

On March 10, Roskomnadzor announced the beginning of the "initial slowdown" of Twitter in Russia due to the fact that the service does not delete the content banned in the country. The agency promised to continue measures to influence the social network up to its blocking. At the same time, as reported last week by Evgeny Zaitsev, head of the department of control and supervision in the field of electronic communications of Roskomnadzor, the agency is ready to engage in a dialogue with the company, but it does not respond to requests and demands.

Can someone explain what exactly is the banned information?