Twitter has lifted the suspension of popular account @WanjikuRevolt, Two months after suspending him after a malicious DMCA Report as we reported a few days ago.
We had exclusively revealed how the social media company has been purging users based on malicious DMCA reports.
In our article, we had indicated that the social media company has been extremely careless in the manner that they handle such reports, that have seen many innocent people purged off the platform permanently.
After outrage, Twitter is trying to amend some things as far as its platform is concerned.
In a series of tweets posted to its own platform, Twitter outlined a number of changes to its rules and policies. Users were sceptical that the company would enforce them fairly.
Tweeting from the @TwitterSafety account, the platform outlined its updated rules and policies which the company has shortened and clarified in an attempt to give users a more clear understanding of what is and isn’t allowed on the platform. The company stated in the first tweet: “Rules should be easy to understand.
We heard you, ours weren’t. We updated, reordered, and shortened them, so you can know what’s not allowed on Twitter. Click through this thread for all our rules, and read our blog to learn more.” The company linked a blog post which outlines some of the sites main policies
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