"It happened within 10 minutes of me posting that photo that they logged me out and when I tried to get back on, bam!" @Cuchulain09
.@prolifesf as well as @Eric_Cochran, a supporter who retweeted the Pro-life San Francisco, have been suspended since February 13 for sharing already-public information about the criminal case against David Daleiden, writes @JohnsonHildy.
I will be on the radio tomorrow with my friend Eric Metaxas to talk about being banned by Facebook. Eric tells me he's making the photo of the 21 Martyrs that got me banned his cover photo! Wish I could see it, but I'm in the outer Darkness!
According to the screenshot, Facebook blocked the article because it appeared to be "spam" and said the post "goes against our Community Standards."
Facebook lifted the ban later on Sunday.
Human rights activist @Cuchulain09 of @TheIRD is permanently banned by Facebook after posting famous photo of Coptic men in orange jumpsuits kneeling on a Libyan beach who were martyred by ISIS, even though she had previously posted image without incident
While the lawsuit is focusing on Twitter's failure to treat its users fairly, particularly in its notification about new rules, Murphy and her team have also highlighted issues with the giant's use of Section 230.
My results make it difficult to take claims of political neutrality seriously.
Same here, @AnnCoulter. I lost hundreds per each of my last several tweets starting this morning.
"We are grateful for every effort to bring attention to the growing — and by now indisputable — problem of the censorship of viewpoints that are out of favor in Silicon Valley," @NRBAsssociation's @JamesASmithSr told @PJMedia_com.
The "toxic cocktail" of identity politics "is killing our freedom to speak the truth. And sadly, some of the world's most powerful companies are siding against freedom and truth."
"Twitter claims its policies do not take into account political views," said Noah Peters, Ms. Murphy's lawyer. "They actually do practice viewpoint discrimination," @WSJ reports.
While Twitter and Facebook claim neutrality on political issues, Facebook and Twitter have sometimes banned pro-life advertisements on their platforms, @WORLD_mag reports.
Most of the ads are tame and direct listeners to click on the conservative group's website to learn more about "intersectionality" and other social issues.
More censorship against @PragerU — now it's @Spotify. Don't miss this important thread. Learn more about internet censorship at https://t.co/Rgn5Pn5A4Y.
If Twitter is not a "publisher, as they currently claim, then they must relinquish their failing efforts to control speech to the public square."
This sort of editorial role might also be a violation of Google's obligation under section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, writes @jeremycarl4.
.@NRBAssociation is proud to stand with and defend pro-lifer leaders who are being censored by Big Tech. We are working to address the problem of online censorship of pro-lifers through our Internet Freedom Watch initiative. #UniqueFromDayOne #WhyWeMarch
.@NRBAssociation President @DrJerryJohnson said that @Franklin_Graham and others have been blocked or shadow-banned by social media, while left-wing voices like Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Harlem-based civil rights activist Al Sharpton have not.
Google regularly intervenes in search results on its YouTube video platform, including a recent intervention that pushed pro-life videos out of the top ten search results for "abortion," @LibertarianBlue reports.