Twitter apologises for blocked China accounts ahead of Tiananmen anniversary

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Twitter apologises for blocked China accounts ahead of Tiananmen anniversary

After an outcry among users.

Twitter has apologised for suspending accounts critical of Chinese government policy days ahead of the 30th anniversary of a bloody crackdown on protesters at Beijing's Tiananmen Square, after an outcry among users. In a statement posted to the company's Public Policy Twitter feed on Saturday, ...

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