X/Twitter censoring free speech about food

Interesting, I was in a discussion with some fellow Brits about faggots, and suddenly, our posts were being censored and not shown.

What exactly does X have against meat balls in gravy?

This is what happens, when you try to run an international platform, without understanding different cultures.


They have reversed their decision on 4 of my posts so far. Seems that culinary topics aren’t hate speech after all, but still a pain having to protest the blocking of every post.

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It’s all automated now I think. I’ve reported a tweet recently, and the email came back that it had been reviewed and a decision made to do nothing in seconds.

They should at least delay the response for a while to make you think it’s being taken seriously :slightly_smiling_face: