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The danger of Facebook and Twitter policing speech

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Published on Aug 31, 2019

Twitter last week said it suspended 936 accounts from the Chinese mainland for allegedly disseminating disinformation on the situation in Hong Kong. However according to a paper published in 2018 by researchers from Oxford University, information about China and Chinese politics on Twitter has been dominated by anti-China voices, with a significant number of these users being automated or fake accounts. Among the top 100 most active users posting China-related information on Twitter, none posted pro-government content and half of them posted anti-government information. Did Twitter block any of these anti-China accounts?



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