Nigeria is ready to lift the ban on Twitter on the condition that it is used in the country “for business and positive engagement” Bloomberg. Social media networks were basically Forbidden In June, it removed a tweet from President Muhammadu Buhari in violation of its abuse policy.
The Nigerian government has said it is close to an agreement with Twitter to resume work. “As a country, we are committed to ensuring that digital companies use their platform to enhance the lives of our citizens, promote Nigeria’s sovereignty, respect for cultural values and online security.” Bloomberg.
Twitter was banned in the country after a tweet from Buhari threatening to punish separatists accused of attacking government buildings. At the time, the social media company said, a Tweets It was “deeply concerned” by Nigeria’s actions and considered the open internet an “essential human right”.
Facebook, Twitter, Apple and other technology giants often follow a fine line between promoting and bowing to Internet freedom. Local law. Apple, for example, was recently Accused When giving the Chinese government control over local information United States And Elsewhere.
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