Thursday, January 31, 2019

Does Google (Alphabet) Own Twitter? Twitter Just Locked My Account for the Second Time in 33 Hours! And Google Locked Me Out Last Night!

By Nicholas Stix

Why do the following “instructions” mix Twit and Google?

I was blocked just minutes after complaining about Google’s blocking my search last night.

Yes, Google intervened in my search.

I was trying to find the obituary I’d written for John Cardinal O’Connor in 2000, but Google had disappeared it. I searched under “John Cardinal O’Connor” and “Nicholas Stix,” but it was nowhere to be found on Google. And after I’d searched, Google blocked me from searching again, asserting that my account had shown unusual activity,” the same language the apparatchiki at Facebook and Twitter use, when they politically attack you. But at a search engine?

As I’ve said for years, “algorithms” have nothing to do with this. Google has blacklists (or as I say, whitelists) and minders. It does everything possible to destroy people on its political Enemies List. And I am most definitely on it!

I then made the same search on Duck Duck Go, and my obituary was at the top of the page! A search engine with a better Web “spider” is worthless, if its staff conspires to gut it.

Has Google bought Twitter? When a Twitter minder (they have thousands of them) attacked me for the second time in 33 hours, at most a minute after I’d tweeted about the trouble it and Google were putting me through, I noticed something strange in the language of its block. It starts out referring to “Twitter Rules,” but then segues to speaking of Google three times, including Google’s “Privacy Policy.”

Google policies would only matter at Twitter if Google owned it. While Google (Alphabet) bought fragments of Twitter in January 2017, Twit is still officially an independent company. However, its harassing message below suggests otherwise.

Your account has been locked.

Nicholas Stix
What happened?
Your account appears to have exhibited unusual behavior that violates the Twitter Rules. To unlock your account, please complete the steps below and confirm that you are the valid account owner.
What you can do:
To unlock your account, you must do the following:
• Pass a Google reCAPTCHA challenge
• Verify your phone number
When you tap 'Start', Google may collect and use information about you, your device, and browser. View Google's Privacy Policy.

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Nicholas Stix


Anonymous said...

Rules. And they make and define the rules. And the rules constantly shifting and changing to fit the most up-to-date situation as deemed appropriate.

Anonymous said...

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