Twitter cancels freeze the New York Post account
Twitter cancels freeze the New York Post account

Twitter said, Friday, after the newspaper published an article about the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, that it had changed its policies and lifted the freezing of the New York Post account.

The social media platform said: The New York Post can tweet again. "These stories are against politics and material abuse," the website said on October 14.

Twitter said, "We will no longer restrict their accounts under the previous policy. Now they can Tweet again."

Earlier this week, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey came under fire from Republican lawmakers who accused the company of selectively censoring the Conservative Party.

Senator (Ted Cruz) told Dorsey at the meeting, "Who is your voice ... and your blame for what's allowed in the media?"

The New York Post posted a picture on Twitter with the logo of a Twitter bird flying out of the cage and wrote: "Twitter has withdrawn. After Biden was banned, he finally posted the Post account."

The News Corporation, owner of the New York Post, said Twitter's decision had a negative economic impact on the newspaper, but today's decision is an important moment for press freedom.

News Corp. He said in a statement: "The arbitrary ban on the post is an important moment at this crucial stage of the election season."

In another message related to Twitter, the company said on Thursday that the number of additional users on its platform was less than Wall Street had expected, saying the fee hike would accelerate in the fourth quarter. This caused the price to drop by 16%.

The company also warned that it will be difficult to predict the reaction of advertisers in the run-up to the presidential elections on 3 November.

Due to the numerous protests that followed the death of George Floyd in May, several companies temporarily suspended their advertising spending in the second quarter, saying similar moves could occur in the US general election, Twitter said.

Twitter said: In the third quarter of 2020, the number of daily active users reached 187 million, beating analyst expectations.

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