Twitter gives InfoWars the same one-week ban it gave Alex Jones

Twitter gives InfoWars the same one-week ban it gave Alex Jones

Twitter gives InfoWars the same one-week ban it gave Alex Jones

Dorsey and Twitter have come under criticism for not following suit and permanently removing Jones and his "verified" account with 889,000 followers from the service. However, neither social media company states how many violations would lead to a permanent ban.

The suspension has put Jones into what Twitter describes as "read-only mode" preventing him from tweeting, liking or retweeting, but not removing his tweets or personal account from the social network.

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During this time Jones can not sent tweets or retweets.

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Twitter's suspension comes after the company defended its decision to allow Jones and InfoWars to remain active on its site, despite the actions from other companies. In it, Jones says people "need to have their battle rifles and everything ready at their bedsides and you got to be ready because the media is so disciplined in their deception".

YouTube, Facebook, Apple, Spotify, and others have removed some of his and InfoWars' content for violating company policies. CEO Jack Dorsey was widely criticized for his explanation that Jones "hasn't violated our rules", but Dorsey promised that rules would be enforced if broken, and it seems that the time has now arrived.

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As NPR's David Folkenflik has noted, "The ideas that Jones shares are particularly noxious, the idea that Sandy Hook massacre of schoolchildren was a hoax, the idea that 9/11 was an inside job, and other things".

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