IN the Twittersphere, It’s OK to Be Perverted; a Guy Believes He’s a Woman,Babylon Bee Suspended by Twitter Over Parody Article About the Confused Rachel Levine

HNewsWire-Twitter has suspended The Babylon Bee after a satirical story on transgender assistant secretary of health Rachel Levine. Seth Dillon, the website’s CEO, sent a series of tweets regarding the ban, which was imposed for breaking Twitter’s rules “against hostile behavior.” According to Twitter policy, the offending message must be erased in order to begin a 12-hour countdown clock that will allow the account to be reinstated. Dillon, on the other hand, has said that he will not erase the tweet. “We’re not going to delete anything.” The truth is not a kind of hate speech. “If stating the truth means losing our Twitter account, then be it,” he added. The piece was written in reaction to USA Today’s designation of Levine as the official Woman of the Year, despite the fact that he was born a male. The Babylon…

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The End of Twitter, Hopeful ,There Bad News..

  The End of Twitter: In other words folks our elitist word Masters will control the narrative, I predict they’ll be relevant in a short period of time.. HNewsWire – – – – – – By Joshua Topolsky [](https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?original_referer=http://www.newyorker.com/tech/elements/the-end-of-twitter&text=The+End+of+Twitter&tw_p=tweetbutton&url=http://www.newyorker.com/tech/elements/the-end-of-twitter&via=newyorker) []() [![Twitter might rebound in the wake of Jack Dorsey’s reappointment as C.E.O., but the service is still in trouble.](https://i1.wp.com/www.newyorker.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Topolsky-End-of-Twitter-690×460-1454087442.jpg?resize=650%2C433)](https://i1.wp.com/www.newyorker.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Topolsky-End-of-Twitter-1200.jpg “View larger”)Twitter might rebound in the wake of Jack Dorsey’s reappointment as C.E.O., but the service is still in trouble.Credit Photograph by Richard Drew /  It wasn’t that long ago that I—and many other people I know—would have argued that [Twitter](http://www.newyorker.com/business/currency/jack-in-a-box-can-twitter-be-saved) was more than just another social network. I would have told you that Twitter was more like a utility, a service so fundamental that I could imagine a scenario in which it was literally underwritten. Twitter *needed* to exist. A…

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