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Die SUPER-NAZIS --- Hitlers Erben --- Sie sind mitten unter uns => Das IT-Netzwerk des heutigen Terrorismus => Topic started by: STOP_THE_NAZIS! on January 27, 2012, 11:46:23 PM

Post by: STOP_THE_NAZIS! on January 27, 2012, 11:46:23 PM
Twitter greift in die internationale Politik ein: als Kriegsgewinnler. Hauptsache, die Kohle stimmt.

Tweets still must flow
Thursday, January 26, 2012
See below for an update.

One year ago, we posted "The Tweets Must Flow," in which we said,

“The open exchange of information can have a positive global impact … almost every country in the world agrees that freedom of expression is a human right. Many countries also agree that freedom of expression carries with it responsibilities and has limits.”

As we continue to grow internationally, we will enter countries that have different ideas about the contours of freedom of expression. Some differ so much from our ideas that we will not be able to exist there. Others are similar but, for historical or cultural reasons, restrict certain types of content, such as France or Germany, which ban pro-Nazi content.

Until now, the only way we could take account of those countries’ limits was to remove content globally. Starting today, we give ourselves the ability to reactively withhold content from users in a specific country — while keeping it available in the rest of the world. We have also built in a way to communicate transparently to users when content is withheld, and why.

We haven’t yet used this ability, but if and when we are required to withhold a Tweet in a specific country, we will attempt to let the user know, and we will clearly mark when the content has been withheld. As part of that transparency, we’ve expanded our partnership with Chilling Effects to share this new page,, which makes it easier to find notices related to Twitter.

There’s more information in our Help pages, both on our Policy and about Your Account Settings.

One of our core values as a company is to defend and respect each user’s voice. We try to keep content up wherever and whenever we can, and we will be transparent with users when we can't. The Tweets must continue to flow.

Update - Jan 27, 2:20pm.
Since yesterday’s post, we’ve gotten a number of questions that we’d like to broadly address with this update.

In short, we believe the new, more granular approach to withheld content is a good thing for freedom of expression, transparency, accountability— and for our users. Besides allowing us to keep Tweets available in more places, it also allows users to see whether we are living up to our freedom of expression ideal.

Q: Do you filter out certain Tweets before they appear on Twitter?
A: No. Our users now send a billion Tweets every four days—filtering is neither desirable nor realistic. With this new feature, we are going to be reactive only: that is, we will withhold specific content only when required to do so in response to what we believe to be a valid and applicable legal request.

As we do today, we will evaluate each request before taking any action. Any content we do withhold in response to such a request is clearly identified to users in that country as being withheld. And we are now able to make that content available to users in the rest of the world.

Q: What will people see if content is withheld?
A: If people are located in a country where a Tweet or account has been withheld and they try to view it, they will see a alert box that says “Tweet withheld” or “@Username withheld” in place of the affected Tweet or account.

Q: Why did you take this approach, and why now?
A: There’s no magic to the timing of this feature. We’ve been working to reduce the scope of withholding, while increasing transparency, for a while. We have users all over the world and wanted to find a way to deal with requests in the least restrictive way.

Posted by @twitter at 11:25 AM

2011 war das Jahr der Großen Arabischen Revolution. Nach zwei Jahrtausenden der Unterdrückung erhob sich das Volk und beseitigte die Tyrannen. Unvergessen dabei die Rolle des Internet und der sozialen Medien. Unvergessen? Bei Twitter reicht das Gedächtnis nicht weit. Twitter paktiert mit den Nazis. Twitter ist ein Nazi. Früher "Ein Reich, ein Volk, ein Führer", heute "Ein Netz, ein Volk, ein dickes Konto!" Wenn etwas einem lokalen Nazi nicht paßt, wird es von Twitter in vorauseilendem Gehorsam zensiert.

Meldung über Steinigung einer vergewaltigten Frau? Zensiert.
Meldung über Völkermord? Zensiert.

Was nützt ein Internet, das gerade die wichtigen Meldungen zensiert? Wem nützt so ein Internet? Nur den Nazis.

Stop the Nazi-Twitter!


Stop the Nazi-Twitter!

Twitter zensiert Tweets nach Ländern

Twitter obey local Nazis

Komplizenschaft vor 70 Jahren
Post by: STOP_THE_NAZIS! on May 05, 2012, 09:25:05 AM
Post by: Omegafant on July 08, 2012, 09:30:26 PM
Stop the Nazi-Twitter!
Title: Die Twitter-Nazis rüsten auf
Post by: Zollstein on September 09, 2014, 07:13:34 AM
Nun erlaubt (!) man den Usern etwas zu kaufen. Wir sind gerührt ob dieser Gnade.

The latest product and policy updates from Twitter
From: Twitter
Date: 2014-09-09 05:29

Hi [...],
We've updated our Terms of Service ( and Privacy Policy ( to reflect new features we're testing (starting in the U.S.) to allow you to buy merchandise from some of the most popular names on Twitter, without leaving the Twitter experience.

The Terms of Service update introduces terms covering the use of our commerce offerings. The new terms also describe your relationship with merchandise sellers, including their responsibility for order fulfillment, shipping and returns.

And since you'll need to provide certain information to make a purchase, such as a credit card number and shipping address, the Privacy Policy update includes new sections on that information. You'll also see provisions relating to commerce services that we'll be testing in the future, like special offers you can redeem at select stores using your credit card.

We've also updated the Privacy Policy to clarify how other parts of our services work, including:

That we may request additional account information to help us prevent spam, fraud or abuse.
The broad audiences that receive public user profile information and public Tweets, including search engines, developers and publishers.
The types of non-private or non-personal information that is shared with others, including reports to advertisers about the performance of their advertising campaigns.
How we collect certain types of information, including location information (such as through IP address or nearby access points), and information when you install another application through Twitter.
That we may share data with our corporate affiliates consistent with our respective privacy policies, for example, if you use your Twitter credentials to login to Vine, our short looping video service, or to provide better ads through MoPub, our mobile-focused advertising exchange.

We've always got more exciting product news coming, so keep your eye on the Official Twitter Blog ( or follow @twitter ( for the latest.

Thanks for using Twitter!
- The Twitter Team

Die Daten-Nazis wollen Dein Geld und Deine Seele.