HomeAntifa accounts take advantage of Twitter rule change to harassing journalist Andy Ngo

Antifa accounts take advantage of Twitter rule change to harassing journalist Andy Ngo

Supporters of the violent and extremist movement Antifa are already trying to exploit the new Twitter Block private photo sharing To prevent people from sharing photos of far-left activists who have been arrested for engaging in violence, looting and other acts of bullying.

Twitter accounts supporting Antifa are trying to ban freelance journalist Andy Ngo, editor of Post Millennial, from the platform.

Antifa supporters target Andy Ngo on Twitter

Antifa supporters target Andy Ngo on Twitter

Ngo was hospitalized after a violent attack on Antifa in 2020, and was once again violently assaulted by members of the extremist movement, who Call him regularly to be killed.

Antifa targets the Ngo because it does not self-censor its reporting on protest movements to conceal antifa’s violence and criminality. The Ngo regularly publishes news stories about Antifa members who have been arrested, including their personal photos, which are publicly available.

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal (YouTube)

Twitter says it will not allow “private media” to be shared without consent, but defines this as “media that is private to individuals without the permission of the person(s) filmed.”

Police photos are not considered “private media” – they are owned by the police station and are widely distributed to the public and the press. It’s not clear if Twitter’s policy extends to people’s publicly available photos, or photos and shots taken legally in public. The status of the articles covered by the defense of the public interest is also in doubt.

So far, Twitter has not clarified the policy. But its announcement indicates that the company considers some groups more in need of protection than others.

“Abuse of private media can affect everyone, but it can have a disproportionate impact on women, activists, dissidents and members of minority communities,” Twitter says.

Breitbart News has reached out to Twitter for comment.

Alum Bukhari is the chief technology correspondent for Breitbart News. he is an author #DELETED#: Big Tech’s battle to erase the Trump movement and steal the election.

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