Twitter says it locked account of China's US embassy over Xinjiang-related tweet

Twitter says it locked account of China's US embassy over Xinjiang-related tweet
Twitter says it locked account of China's US embassy over Xinjiang-related tweet

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Twitter said China's US embassy tweet violated the firm's policy against ‘dehumanisation’. — AFP pic

SHANGHAI, Jan 21 ― Twitter has locked the account of China's US embassy for a tweet that defended China's policies in the Xinjiang region, which the US social media platform said violated the firm's policy against “dehumanisation”.

The Chinese Embassy account, @ChineseEmbinUS, posted this month saying that Uighur women were no longer “baby making machines,” citing a study reported by state-backed newspaper China Daily.

The tweet was removed by Twitter and replaced by a label stating that it was no longer available. Although Twitter hides tweets that violate its policies, it requires account owners to manually delete such posts. The Chinese embassy's account has not posted any new tweets since January 9.

“We've taken action on the Tweet you referenced for violating our policy against dehumanization, where it states: We prohibit the dehumanization of a group of people based on their religion, caste, age, disability, serious disease, national origin, race, or ethnicity,” a Twitter spokesperson said today.

The Chinese embassy in Washington did not immediately to a e-mailed request for comment. Twitter is blocked in China.

The embassy's account suspension comes shortly after Twitter removed the account of former US president Donald , which had 88 million followers, citing the risk of violence after his supporters stormed the US Capitol this month.

Twitter had locked Trump's account, asking for deletion of some tweets, before restoring it and then removing it altogether after the former president violated the platform's policies again. ― Reuters

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