I think it's kinda weird that the president of the US gets to stay on Twitter after threatening war crimes and cyberbullying children because his tweets are "of public interest" but the president of Syria gets banned...

Not that I'm sympathetic, but it does seem hypocritical and highlights the issues with social media that's controlled by a single US company. Why do they get to enforce their own interests worldwide?


@Gargron That is how I feel about Facebook. I got post-banned for speaking out against racist and terroristic posts, but they kept the posts I was referring to. Can't tell you how many posts I've reported that went against Facebook's rules and I got a comment back saying it "does not go against Facebook policy" every time. :thonking: :thaenkin:

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