Twitter has suspended more than 125,000 accounts, the majority of them connected to the Islamic State militant group, “for threatening or promoting terrorist acts” even as handles of India-centric terrorist associations and people on the micro blogging webpage stay untouched.
Twitter dismissed 125,000 terrorism related accounts
In an online journal, the US-based firm said, “As the way of the terrorist danger has changed, so has our continuous work here. Subsequent to the center of 2015 alone, were suspended more than 125,000 accounts for threatening terrorist acts, primary identified with ISIS”. Twitter, however, did not react to details about the accounts of terrorist associations working from Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Hafeez Muhamad Saeed, the master brains of 26/11 Mumbai attacks, has been transparently getting for completing audacious attack against India in his most recent tweet on February 3.
Twitter denounced the utilization of its stage to promote terrorism and said the Twitter Rules make it clear this type of behaviour or any vicious danger, is not allowed on its services. The Company said it has expanded its report reviewing to respond faster.
“We also investigate different accounts like those reported and influence restrictive spam-fighting tools to surface other conceivably abusing account survey by our agents. We have as of now gotten results, incorporating an expansion in record suspensions and this kind of activity shifting off of Twitter,” it said.