The US’ prosecution of Russian officers over the DNC hacks is having an impact, in any event, on Twitter. The social media organization has restricted accounts for both DCLeaks and Guccifer 2.0 because of the indictment. In an announcement clarifying the suspensions, the organization revealed that they were “connected to a network of accounts” that had just been closed down for abusing rules. In the meantime, Twitter knew that the shutdowns were viewed as late – DCLeaks and Guccifer 2.0 have for quite some time been connected to Russia, and the indictment simply formalized the associations.
“We’re reviewing our policies in light of this and expect to make updates soon,” Twitter said in an additional statement to the New York Times’ Jim Rutenberg. “We recognize that to promote healthy conversation we need to be responsive to ways the platform is being misused and we are committed to that here and everywhere.”
It’s not sure what those progressions may be. Be that as it may, Twitter has confronted in excess of a bunch of allegations that it just belatedly perceived the danger of election obstruction on its stage, with bot purges, candidate labels and other hostile to control strategies just coming after the 2016 US presidential vote. This might be an affirmation that it should be more proactive in managing accounts connected to hacking and other criminal action, particularly when governmental issues are included.
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