Twitter suspends the accounts of the Swiss Federal Information Office

Twitter has suspended the accounts of the Swiss Federal Information Office, as a message appears saying “Twitter stops accounts that violate the Twitter rules”, when trying to access the four pages of the office, which did not know the reason for this step.
After not receiving any clarification from the social network for a week, the office decided to return to the methods of communication adopted since before social networks, namely press releases.He issued a press release stating, “Since September 28, the Federal Information Office has been unable to write tweets. Twitter has suspended its four accounts, without giving any explanation or responding to its correspondence.”

The office, which writes tweets in German, French, Italian and English, expressed its “regret for this situation beyond its control,” and offered “an apology from the participants.” He stressed that he “will continue to publish his information on his website or through press releases.”

Twitter did not immediately respond to questions on this topic. The accounts were still suspended at 16:30 GMT Tuesday.

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