Twitter Needs to Be Held Accountable for Civil Rights Violations
The Declaration of Independence states that “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal.”
Businesses in America to cannot proper in a system where the playing field is not equal, regardless whether you are a Christian who is forced to bake a cake for a customer, or a multi-national corporation, like Twitter Inc.
Twitter Inc. has insulated themselves behind an anonymous ‘Trust and Safety Panel’ where the rights of Twitter Inc. users are arbitrarily decided.
The evidence is shown by whom they ban, and whom they don’t.
There is one standard for one group of people, and another standard for another group of people, and in America this should not be.
Regardless of the ‘Trust and Safety Panel’, Twitter Inc. cannot simply shove the inequality of their systems under the rug, based on an anonymous committee’s decision.
No, Twitter Inc. is directly responsible, regardless who is making decisions behind their wall of unaccountability.
It’s very clear that Twitter Inc. is violating the civil rights of its users, and after numerous attempts by professional media outlets to have Twitter Inc. explain their Terms and Conditions, they have simply refused.
A multi-national corporation cannot simply violate the civil rights of a group of people, and then hide behind the ideology that:
‘We are a private corporation and can choose who can and who can’t use our services’
No, a business is held to the same ethical standards in America as it’s people, they are not above the basic laws that our country is founded upon.
We cannot have an equal society when a business is held to one standard, and another is held to quite a different one, as it erodes free enterprise in our Country.
This basic violation of civil rights sends the message that small business’ do not matter, and large multi-national corporations who have armies of attorneys to fight in court do, it’s really that simple.
Therefore, we are asking for a Congressional review of Twitter Incorporated business practices WITH FULL DISCOVERY including all records that are maintained by Twitter Incorporated as well as the personal accounts of its officers, including the following:
Marjorie Scardino J.D.
Twitter Inc. should not be allowed to exercise their power to continually violate the civil rights of their users.
Please send all press inquires to: firstname.lastname@example.org where they will be answered promptly.
Leslie Jones admits breaking Twitter’s Terms, no suspension for her: