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Twitter follows Facebook in banning Holocaust denial

7 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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Twitter has followed Facebook in booting Holocaust-denial content off its platform, Bloomberg was the first to report Wednesday.
Although Twitter has not introduced a new policy on Holocaust denial, a spokeswoman confirmed to Business Insider that Holocaust denial would be banned under the platform's rules on "Hateful Conduct."
"Our Hateful Conduct Policy prohibits a wide range of behaviour, including making references to violent events or types of violence where protected categories were the primary victims, or attempts to deny or diminish such events," the...
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