Idaho Internet Service Provider (ISP) Blocks Twitter, Facebook Citing Censorship Concerns

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KYIV, UKRAINE-JANUARY, 2020: Twitter on Smartphone Screen. Young Girl Pointing or Texting Twitter on Smart Phone.

BOISE, ID – An Ohio internet service provider has blocked subscriber access to Twitter and Facebook after the platforms began cracking down and censoring its users on the platform.  Once of those censored was President Donald J. Trump…the President of the United States.

The company said its users do not want their children to see the censorship of those platforms on their computers and devices.

“It has come to our attention that Twitter and Facebook are engaged in Censorship of our Customers and information,” the company wrote in an email to subscribers.  “We have the past couple days been fielding calls from customers voicing the concerns that they do not want these sites allowed to be displayed on their internet feed to them and they do not want their children to go to these sites.”

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Although customers can do that themselves, YourT1WiFi said many do not have the technical knowledge to do so and it would be very ‘tiresome’ to help each caller block the two social media services who have implemented draconian censorship against Republicans and conservatives over the past few years.


“Any other website that may also be censoring whether it be through an algorithm they use for their site or any other means,” the company said, would also be blocked.

Instead, subscribers who do want access to those two tech sites engaged in censorship of Americans, they can be put on a white list that will allow them to once again connect.

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