China is cracking down on the country’s Twitter users

11 January 2019 @16:59 | Mashable
"Twitter jail" has a different meaning in China. In most of the Western world, if a Twitter user tweets too much, the user’s account gets locked in what has become known “Twitter jail.” If a Twitter user in China tweets, they face actual jail time. China is ramping up its crackdown on the country’s Twitter users, according to a report by The New York Times . continue...
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