India: Twitter Removes Restrictions on Accounts covering Farmer Protests

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On Monday evening Twitter has lift the restrictions that it had allegedly placed on the coverage of India’s farmer protests, a local fact-checker who initially reported the development. [Karachi]

“All accounts are back,” tweeted Mohammed Zubair, co-founder and fact-checking at Alt News.

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Twitter’s alleged blocking of coverage around growing farmers’ protests in India earlier caused an outcry online to restrict access to major accounts, including those of posts, actors and respected left-wing politicians.

People quickly reacted to the development, tagging Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Twitter Safety, Twitter Policy Director for India, Mahima Kaul and global head of policy, strategy and developer of micro blogging platform, Nick Pickles


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