Twitter shuts down the Chinese embassy account because of the Uyghurs

Twitter shuts down the Chinese embassy account because of the Uyghurs

She said platform Twitter: She closed the account of the Chinese embassy in the United States because of a tweet about Uyghur women who violated the company’s policy against dehumanization.

The Chinese embassy account @ChineseEmbinUS tweeted this month that Uyghur women have been freed by government policy from being baby-making machines.

Reuters reported that the tweet quoted a study published by the state-run China Daily newspaper.

A Twitter spokesperson said: We have taken measures regarding the tweet for violating our policy against dehumanization, as the policy states that it is prohibited to deprive a group of people of their humanity on the basis of their religion, social class, age, disability, serious illness, national origin or ethnicity.

The Uyghurs, a Muslim minority living in western China, has been subjected to repression by the Chinese government for years. According To the United Nations, the United States and the United Kingdom.

China has repeatedly denied abuse of the Uyghurs, most recently on Wednesday when Responded Her State Department angrily on Describe Former US Secretary of State (Mike Pompeo) described the Uyghur policy as genocide.

Twitter removed the tweet and replaced it with a tag stating that it is no longer available, and the social media giant’s terms of service provide for hiding tweets that violate its policies while locking accounts or temporarily restricting some features.

Users have to manually delete the tweets in question if they want to restore the account completely, and the last tweet of the Chinese embassy in the United States via Twitter was posted on January 9.

And earlier this month, Twitter permanently suspended the account of President (Donald Trump), and the company said: The decision was taken due to the risk of further incitement to violence.

It is reported that many US platforms are banned in China, including Twitter, Facebook and Google.

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