Ukraine has requested for Twitter: Remove Russia. In the midst of a war with Russia, the country has urged Twitter to remove Russia from its platform. “Hey people, demand the removal of @Russia from Twitter… There is no room for an attacker like Russia on Western social media platforms,” the country said via its official Twitter account. The country should not be allowed to promote its propaganda.
Additionally, the country has also been tweeting about the ongoing conflict with Russia asking people to share verified information with the country. “Russia has started a new wave of aggression against Ukraine… Wherever you are and whatever you do, you can now help Ukraine. You can help Ukraine against Russian aggression, Ukraine wrote in another tweet. The country has been sharing similar messages with its official Twitter handle.
No place for an attacker like Russia on Western social media platforms
They should not be allowed to use these platforms to promote their image while brutally killing the people of Ukraine @TwitterSupport
— Ukraine / Ukraine (@Ukraine) February 24, 2022
Russia, on the other hand, has made no mention of the ongoing conflict with Ukraine on its social media handle. The country has been sharing information about Russian holidays with its official Twitter handle – something it does regularly.
Thanks, hospitable Sochi! we miss you ️ pic.twitter.com/2KVEJ8hz4q
— Russia (@Russia) 23 February 2022
Notably, while Ukraine has asked Twitter to remove Russia from its platform, the country has not shared anything through its official handle that would suggest the removal of the micro-blogging platform or the temporarily suspending its official handle. will warrant to.
Separately, Twitter has shared tips and tricks its users can use to protect their information on the platform, especially when tweeting from a high risk or conflict zone, in this case Ukraine. “When using Twitter in conflict zones or other high-risk areas, it is important to know how to take control of your account and digital information,” Twitter wrote in a post.
That said, Twitter isn’t the only platform that has shared tips with its users on keeping their information safe. Facebook’s head of security policy, Nathaniel Gleicher, said in a series of tweets that the company has set up a special operations center that includes experts to respond to the crisis in real time.
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