The masters of the universe, Twitter, have suspended popular user Sir Alexas as the purge on popular accounts that used to light up the KOT Platform continues.
According to a person close to the Twitter user, Sir Alexas’s account got a DMCA takedown, the easiest way to lose your Twitter account permanently nowadays.
Twitter’s DMCA takedown policy is very poor that a person can create a fake emai then report a video or picture you have posted claiming it is theres and being used in a way that it is not intended. That way, Twitter suspends you even without confirming if the person has rights. In most cases, sucha content might have been shared by multiple users but once you are the target, the purge will catch up with you.
Shockingly, some Twitter users calling themselves Twitter Side A started making jokes out of the suspension instead of condemning how Twitter is deplatforming individuals.
DePlatforming is evil and can end the career of microbloggers like Sir Alexas who only had Twitter as a platform. Our basic search confirmed that Sir Alexas was very active on Twitter only. As a serious social media user, you should have bigger platforms too instead of depending on one.
On June 8th, Twitter lifted the suspension of popular account @WanjikuRevolt, two months after suspending him after a malicious DMCA Report as we reported a few days ago by this blog.
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.
cnyakundi.com will keep covering social media censorship since no media or other individuals cover this serious emerging topic.
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