Internet provider, urged by customers, cuts access to Facebook and Twitter

Internet provider, urged by customers, cuts access to Facebook and Twitter
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[Ed. – This provider serves flyover country in eastern Washington and Idaho.  Blocking the socials is apparently what the customers wanted.]

Now that President Donald Trump has been permanently banned from Facebook and Twitter, an internet provider in the Coeur d’Alene, Idaho-Spokane, Washington area is blocking access to the social media platforms.

Your T1 WIFI sent an email to customers making them aware of a policy change. They are blocking Facebook and Twitter access to all customers because Trump was removed from the social media websites.

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If a customer wants to have access to Facebook, Twitter or any other website the company deems as “censorship,” the customer has to call and ask to have access. …

A customer … [name redacted by LU] followed up with the company about the maneuver. According the email posted on Twitter, two-thirds of Your T1 WIFI’s customer base wanted the websites blocked.

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