A person Tweeted about this
On Aug. 2018, a person Tweeted ‘Can’t suspend me (my Twitter account) if they can’t see me (my Tweets).’ The Tweet got millions of views after a few days.
Then, he also gets suspended because this Tweet can lead millions of people to avoid the suspension.
He doesn’t violate any of Twitter Rules, but he leaded so many people to violate the rules (avoid the suspension).
How does an Internet service always ‘see me’ or suspend your account even if you block its official account?
The staff in an Internet service checks people’s contents by the administrator page that we don’t know, not through its official account.
Every staff has its username and password.
When they see a content that violate its rules and policies, they just need to click ‘Suspend’ or ‘Disable’ under an account.
If the support believes the account can be unsuspended, they just need to click ‘Unsuspend’ under an account in the administrator page.
For example, the administrator page of a WordPress.com website is *.wordpress.com/wp-admin
Some Internet services use automated anti-spam system (e. g. Mailchimp’s Omnivore), so your account may be suspended by their error. They use Machine Learning or Artificial Intelligence to let the machine scan the spams.
About my Personal Service
This is my personal website and blog, I have rights to control your data and privacy.
I also have my server and anti-spam system. It only can check the data, but can’t delete them without my permission because I want to prevent an unexpected deleting.
There is no penalty from me for violating my personal Terms of Service.
I against an unexpected suspension
I have a strict rule to deal with the account suspension by mistakes. If any Internet services lock, suspend, limit, disable, terminate or delete your account by error, once my server detected, I will take action about this.
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