Twitter censors @CovidAnalysis scientific research
December 27, 2020: Twitter has censored our account @CovidAnalysis. There was no notification, no explanation, no warning, and they have deleted all our contacts and messages. We only posted COVID-19 medical studies and never received any kind of warning.
Twitter is censoring early treatment of COVID-19. For example, they also censored @cov19treatments, and they censored the Brazilian Ministry of Health (1.2M followers) for informing citizens that they should request early treatment. The translation of the censored tweet is: "To combat Covid-19, the guideline is not to wait. The sooner treatment is started, the greater the chances of recovery. So, stay tuned! When showing symptoms of Covid-19, #Don't Wait, go to a Health Unit and request early treatment."
February 26, 2021: We received a form letter from Twitter without any details of which tweet is of concern. We guess the suspension is from a faulty automated system and have requested manual review and restoration.
April 30, 2021: We received the same form letter from Twitter without any details. We have asked them to let us know which tweet they claim violates which rule.
July 13, 2021: We received the same form letter from Twitter without any details. We have asked them to let us know which tweet they claim violates which rule.
Sep 15, 2021: We received the same form letter from Twitter without any details. We have asked them to let us know which tweet they claim violates which rule.
October 20, 2021: No response from Twitter yet.
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