There's been a lot of discussion this week about Twitter's perceived bias in India. To be clear, whether it's the development of policies, product features, or enforcement of our Rules, we are impartial and do not take action based upon any ideology or political viewpoint.
- Twitter India (@TwitterIndia) November 7, 2019
So, in short, Twitter India will not take any feedback seriously. There have been clear signs of being partial and you disregard this. This is an opportunity to make social media robustly objective but no.
- Surendra Vijen 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 (@SurendraVijen) November 7, 2019
Dear Jack, you should first tell everyone what is the process of account verification, after that there should be transparency in the whole process. Also, before giving someone a job in Twitter India, check his background and mindset properly. @jack #jaibhimjaipariyar
- Rajkumar Meena (@rkmeena08) November 7, 2019
Can you explain How come #sackmanishmaheswari which was on No2 in India Trending got vanished from Trending topics within minutes? And How come anti Islamic or Anti Schedule caste remained Trending for whole day even after massive reports from Common users?
- The Hitman ?????? (@TheHitm07855496) November 7, 2019
- Rajkumar Yadav (@yadavraj_adv) November 7, 2019
#mastodon is the answer... at least for now. If people who have large followers like @deepsealioness is throttled because she tweets against right wing, it's time to leave Twitter. They have different policy in India. Spoon of the Government!
- Khakhi Chaddi Twit...er India (@bonestrotter) November 7, 2019
- Shahid Akhtar (@shahidakhtar) November 7, 2019