Twitter in turn prohibits “porn revenge” on its site

Weibo sites no longer need to post sexually explicit photos without the person’s consent. The offender’s account will be blocked.

As of March 11, 2015, Twitter has banned “pornographic revenge” on its website. Now its usage policy states that its users ’accounts that post“ private photos or videos taken or posted without my consent ”will be suspended.

In order to be able to post the message again, the user must delete the photo or video in question. And, if the images are subject to judicial investigation, Twitter will provide the information needed to identify Twittos.

Twitter is slow to respond to the increasing demands of Internet users, who complain about the site’s bad behavior. If he announced in the summer that he would face harassment to improve the security of the Tweto, then only a few small changes would be required. The site continued this policy in February and decided to delete its holder’s account for identity theft or personal details theft.

These new rules were welcomed by Mary Anne Franks, director of the Internet Civil Rights Organization, who tweeted: “@ twitter’s new policy for #revengeporn is good for #privacy (bad for feminists who hate it )) “.

This policy change is part of a larger movement. Therefore, a few weeks ago, Reddit also announced that it would close Internet user accounts that posted sexually explicit photos without the person’s consent. And in late 2013, California passed a law to punish such behavior.