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Old 26 September 2017, 04:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Richard W View Post
It's a bit weird that a social media provider should have to clarify whether or not threats of nuclear war (from somebody who would be in a position to actually bring that about) breach their terms of service...

I wonder if they'll have to insert a clause that "Declarations of war made through Twitter will not be considered legally binding. World leaders intending to declare war should do so through formally recognised international channels. Twitter takes no responsibility for any wars resulting from the use of its platform."?
Threats of nuclear war, although still threats, are not banning offenses if they are "important news".

So if you HAVE nukes and threathen to use them, it's not a bannable offense but if you don't have nukes, you could be banned!


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