Twitter lock Babylon bees Account Sunday evening.
The platform locked the account after posting the satirical site that Rachel Levine was the site’s “best man of the year”. Levin is a transgender woman.
Bees CEO Seth Dillon tweeted about the suspension on Sunday evening.
Message from the platform To read: “You may not promote violence, threats or harassment against other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious illness.”
Dillon said the 12-hour suspension of the account would be counted after the site deleted the tweet.
“We have been told our accounts will be restored within 12 hours, but the countdown will not begin until we delete tweets that violate Twitter rules,” Dillon said. Tweet.
The bee There have been many online attacks before.
Lead Stories, a liberal fact-checker, has labeled a satirical article from the site as “false.”
Ever since users on Facebook tried to share a post The bee Last year, the platform displayed a pop-up box asking users to confirm that they actually wanted to share the post.
The bee Posted later with a comment that joked about the prompt and said, “Are you sure you want to use the share button for its intended purpose?”
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