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President Trump’s Account Suspended
Trump has been criticized for his use of Twitter TeamTrump PotusMorseMashable. He has used the platform to attack political rivals and disseminate misinformation. As a result, several social media companies have imposed restrictions on his account.
Twitter suspended President Trump’s account on Friday. The company said that the tweets were tied to incitement of violence. In addition, it said Trump violated the company’s Glorification of Violence Policy, prohibiting public displays of violence.
Official Government Accounts
Facebook, Twitter TeamTrump PotusMorseMashable, and Instagram also took action against Trump. All three companies’ limited access to the president slammed him for using his account to spread false information and branded him a threat. However, he remains able to access official government accounts on Twitter.
The Washington Post reported that hundreds of Twitter TeamTrump PotusMorseMashable employees signed a letter asking for Trump’s suspension. In a blog post, Twitter Safety described the risk of further incitement of violence.
Glorification of Violence Policy
The two most recent tweets post by Trump were deemed to violate the Glorification of Violence Policy. They contained statements that encouraged the Capitol Hill invasion and cast doubt on the legitimacy of the presidential election.
A new social media app dubbed GETTR is being promote by former President Donald Trump’s team. It’s being toute as an alternative to Twitter and other Big Tech sites. However, there’s no proof that Trump uses the platform or even has an account.
Ex-Trump Spokesman Jason Miller
Gettr was create by ex-Trump spokesman Jason Miller. The former aide is also an ally of former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon. Guo Wengui, the Chinese tycoon who has worked with Bannon, is also an investor.
Described as “anti-Twitter” and a “free speech” platform, Gettr is similar to other right-wing social media apps. While it doesn’t moderate its content, it does reserve the right to delete objectionable posts.
Users can comment, pin, and share their content. It also offers live streaming and videos. It’s recommended for users age 17 and older. Unlike other sites, it does not have filters, a flag option, or the ability to mute users.
Gettr is a small market compare to Twitter and other major social media platforms. According to Gettr, it has around four million users. That number is only a fraction of Twitter’s 330 million monthly active users.
Suspension of @Trump’s Digital Director
As the Trump administration ramps up its social media campaign, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have all taken notice of President Trump’s tweets and videos. The former president’s accounts on all three platforms have been temporarily suspend.
Twitter took the most interesting route, suspending President Trump’s official campaign and personal accounts. While Twitter did not respond to questions about why Trump’s account was suspend, it said the ban was a precaution against potential further incitement of violence.
Facebook took the more pragmatic approach, limiting the usage of its White House page and removing two online stores selling Trump merchandise. It also removed a video of President Trump addressing supporters.
Right-Wing Extremist App
Google took a different approach, banning the right-wing extremist app Parler from its app store. In a move that might have been inspired by the same social media company, it is now shutting down Trump’s YouTube channel.
Last week may have been the watershed moment for social media giants. Trump’s tweets and videos, and his tawdry use of social media, posed a challenge to the tech world. And the likes of Google, Apple, and Facebook have taken a hard stance against the President.
In January 2021, Twitter banned President Donald Trump’s personal account for “violence incitement”, citing multiple indicators that his words had sparked violence. The ban was issue in the wake of a Capitol riot, which occurr while the results of the 2020 presidential election were being certified.
Twitter has been criticize for not taking action against hate speech and misinformation. But its policy gives exemptions to politicians and world leaders.
After the ban, Twitter’s shares fell 4% after hours of trading. However, the company explained the reason for the ban, and said it was to protect the public from “serious incitement to violent acts” on its platform.
During the campaign, Trump attacked Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which grants social media platforms the power to suppress content. Several advocacy groups called for a ban, including the Anti-Defamation League.
Regardless of Twitter’s reason for the ban, Trump has been unable to escape it. He attempted to sockpuppet accounts of prominent allies and tweet from his official president account, a violation of the social network’s policy.