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Russia gives Twitter until end of March to clean up act

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Russia gives Twitter until end of March to clean up act

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Russia Blasts Twitter For Being “Too Slow” In Deleting Content “Harmful For Children”

Russia Blasts Twitter For Being “Too Slow” In Deleting Content “Harmful For Children”

The Kremlin has continued lashing out at Twitter after earlier this month threatening to ban the major US-based social media platform from the country altogether. Its communications watchdog known as Roscomnadzor (the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media) has charged Twitter with deleting banned and ‘illegal’ content “too slowly” after repeated high-level requests.


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Daniel Martin
Daniel Martin
March 25, 2021

I hope Twitter take good time to think this one through before they make a final decision, at least until the end of April. Anything sooner then that would be rushing it. 😁

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
March 25, 2021

Good for Russia! I hope other countries soon follow their example. Unsurprisingly, the US has the greatest number (69.3 million) of twitterers but I am surprised to find that Japan is in second place with 50.9 million. This means that Japan has the most users per capita. Who’d’ve thought?

FranBrown
FranBrown
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March 25, 2021

Bring it on in Britain – soon. It’s a nasty platform with many nasty people using it.

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