North Idaho ISP closed access to Facebook and Twitter due to illegal censorship
Following numerous complaints from residents of North Idaho and the Spokane area to “Your T1 WIFI,” the internet service provider decided to block the liberal social networks Twitter and Facebook, which systematically suppress the freedom of speech of Americans.
"Our company does not believe a website or social networking site has the authority to censor what you see and post and hide information from you, stop you from seeing what your friends and family are posting," the email reads. "This is why with the amount of concerns, we have made this decision to block these two websites from being accessed from our network."
Update: extreme nonsense pic.twitter.com/ouV2Tcxqch— krista yep (@yes4yep) January 11, 2021
According to the results of the presidential election, 62.62 percent of Idaho residents voted for Donald Trump.
IT monopolies such as Google, Twitter, Facebook and Amazon went crazy after the storming of the Capitol and literally began to cleanse competitors from the Internet space. The first victim of corporations was the once most popular messenger Parler.
The Your T1 WIFI mailing to their customers began to appear on Twitter, which directly states that this is their demonstration of disagreement with censorship and loyalty to consumers of their services who do not want the biased liberal social networks to “be displayed on their Internet feed”.
More madness pic.twitter.com/fmaU3YZ2li— krista yep (@yes4yep) January 11, 2021
According to the provider itself, two-thirds of customers (66 percent) demanded to blacklist Twitter and Facebook. Using the same strategy that social networks use, namely “their own Rules,” Your T1 WIFI allowed users to add sites to their own blacklists.
Lol guys, WE were the ones that misunderstood. pic.twitter.com/j2LCVSWdOH— krista yep (@yes4yep) January 11, 2021
The legally prowessed part of Internet users refers to Washington state's Net Neutrality law, which prohibits Internet service providers from manipulating access to certain sites.
The Law says following:
A person engaged in the provision of broadband internet access service in Washington state, insofar as the person is so engaged, may not:
(a) Block lawful content, applications, services, or nonharmful devices, subject to reasonable network management;
(b) Impair or degrade lawful internet traffic on the basis of internet content, application, or service, or use of a nonharmful device, subject to reasonable network management;
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