Canadian feminist writer Meghan Murphy has filed a lawsuit against Twitter after being banned by the platform for misgendering a trans person.
Murphy had previously been suspended from Twitter, where she had approximately 25,000 followers on her verified account, for “hateful conduct” when she tweeted that “men aren’t women.”
Armed with a trifecta of leading tech lawyers, Murphy is now suing the Silicon Valley giant for breach of contract, promissory estoppel and violation of the unfair competition law.
“On November 23, 2018, Twitter permanently suspended her account. The reason? She referred to a trans-identified male (Jonathan Yaniv) using a male pronoun—even though this individual continues to identify himself using his male name on multiple social media platforms—including on Twitter […]
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