If you’re a conservative and have an account on Twitter, chances are you’ve seen the effects of Twitter’s latest site-wide shadowban. Several conservatives keep up with their analytics on Twitter and are seeing a huge decline in interactions and engagements with their accounts.
Shadowbanning is a way of blocking users on social media platforms without notifying them. Tweets from a shadowbanned user still appear to those that follow them, but don’t show up in search results or anywhere else on Twitter. All the features under your account are essentially cut off, stopping all interactions from happening.
On Tuesday morning, members of the House Judiciary Committee gathered to question representatives from YouTube, Facebook and Twitter about their censorship algorithms and the filters used to bury conservative thoughts and opinions from the social media giants.
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