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I really do NOT trust Twitter. Why? Well because before I start using any tool I do a research about its behaviors, challenges, strengths. After using Twitter for years, the following is a summary of...See why people do not like Twitter 😡 Post your review
I really do NOT trust Twitter. Why? Well because before I start using any tool I do a research about its behaviors, challenges, strengths. After using Twitter for years, the following is a summary of my findings about why I really do NOT trust Twitter.
• Shadow ban. Which is very unethical. If you're not familiar with "shadow ban" it means Twitter ban you, but you do not know you were banned, because you keep posting. But nobody sees your content. Abhinav Vadrevu, former software engineer at Twitter was caught on video saying this at https://youtu.be/64gTjdUrDFQ?t=25s
• Down rank. If you're not familiar with "down rank" it means Twitter try to get you to not show up in the search results. Olind Hassan, Policy Manager at Twitter was caught on video saying this https://youtu.be/64gTjdUrDFQ?t=1m22s
• Twitter present itself as politically neutral. But they do NOT behave like that. Instead many Twitter staff actively do political targetting, bias, promote one political agenda, and censorship of your content if they disagree with it. Source at https://youtu.be/64gTjdUrDFQ
• They easily cave in on the U.S. government. Which frequently and repeatedly asks Twitter to censor user’s content. Pranay Singh, Direct Messaging Engineer at Twitter was caught on video saying this https://youtu.be/64gTjdUrDFQ?t=6m23s
Alternative source at https://www.projectveritas.com/2018/01/11/undercover-video-twitter-engineers-to-ban-a-way-of-talking-through-shadow-banning-algorithms-to-censor-opposing-political-opinions/
• Potentially not secure. Because the code is not available publicly. So it can not be review by the public. In other words, there is a risk of abuse.
• It is own by a for-profit corporation. It is not owned by a not-for-profit community. Usually a corporation first priority is to hoard money. Not serve you and protect your privacy.
• None I could think of
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true. they shadowbanned my account too because I promoted many legitimate articles that expose the lies/true nature of muslims community in sri lanka.
No credibility. If you disagree with what the TV says they WILL shadowban you. A corp pretending to be your friend. Avoidance advised.
Heavily Censored. Allows threats to certain people as long as you post what your TV tells you to.
Lately has been very bad with censoring and banning people, and not allowing freedom of speech.
Twitter Shadowbanned* my account because I published legitimate news articles which expose the lies of muslims, and islamic community, and promoted the real current situation in sri lanka. They leave anti-buddhists articles in their site without banning them. It's quite unfair for us buddhists in sri lanka. muslims lies, and pretend as they are oppressed, discriminated in sri lanka to international community to get sympathy, now everyone don't care about 300+ people died, but some isolated incidents caused by political mobs.
These news of isolated incidents often get high amount of likes, and often appear at the top of the particular hashtag, but when we post any content that expose the lies of muslim community, we are quickly shadowbanned by the twitter. Even now if you searched lka, sri lanka in twitter you wouldn't find many content related to the easter sunday attack, but isolated incidents in which muslims become victims. why the heck people still make muslims victims, when the terrorist attack came from their community? where are the articles that are written after the incidents? I remember after the new zealand attack happened, twitter was filled with pro muslim articles, still it continues to this day, but now everyone forgot about easter sunday attack.
so basically twitter hates buddhists in sri lanka. I deleted all my twitter accounts (including business ones), and also informed my friends/partners to do the same. I don't want to use a racist, anti-buddhist, pro-terrorist website anymore. twitter is dead for me since now. if you love muslims so much including their extremists, and hate other groups then don't expect we are going to be active in your site anymore.
*(I verified it through this site called Shadowban website), and various other methods.
Twitter is a pro-censorship site. NOT GOOD.
For many years I used twitter as my first source for news.
It is light and easy to use.
But for some years now it is loosing its positions because of;
Twitter don't respect free speech If you disagree with what they believe they will shadowban you.
They ask for phone number to verify your account that bad for privacy.
Nice platform to use
The question here isn't does Twitter censor anything remotely approaching the truth, but dear god will they ever stop?
Want to wallow in shallow and soulless liberal ideology and degenerate pornography? Twitter is your place.
Are you a decent human being? Move along, nothing of value here.
Mainly for those interested in politics. If you are not of this kind, you may find microblogging a bit frustrating. Either you post about the tea you drank at work, or your empty account waits for something electrifyng enough to share with the whole world.
For me, Twitter is more commercial, but comfortable. I hate the tags there.
Too much politics. Still, the most relevant social network.
Helps me stay updated on everything from my friends' lives to current events.