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Help Radha Recover Her Twitter Accounts

Help Radha Recover Her Twitter Accounts

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The Foundation Skyline has learned that Twitter has suspended Radha Stirling accounts on Friday 17 without a clear explanation. The crisis manager, human rights activist, and founder of the firm "Detained in Dubai" has explained to Skyline that seven Twitter accounts, personal and private, have been suspended for no reason. The company only sent an email to Radha announcing its decision to close her accounts but gave no detailed explanation to such a drastic measure. The only email sent by the company accuses Rahda of violating the rules of the Platform by using manipulation and spam.

It also mentioned: " you may not use Twitter's service in a manner intended to artificially amplify or suppress information or engage in behaviors that manipulates or disrupts people's experience on Twitter. " Radha denies all these accusations and claims that she never used Twiter with such intentions. She has tried to contact Twitter to clarify this issue to restore her account but with no avail.

Skyline Foundation demands the reactivation of Radha Stirling's account on Twitter as soon a possible. These accounts play a significant role in Radha's work as a crisis manager, adviser, and human rights activist, and the cancellation of these accounts disrupts her business operations and communications with clients and partners. There is no reason to disable Ms. Stirling's accounts, and Skyline reminds Twitter that such cancellations are against the First Amendment of the United States Constitution and Article 19 of the International Declaration of Human Rights.

Please sign the petition to demand Twitter to reestablish her Private and Business Accounts.  
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