My Pillow CEO and producer of anti-abortion movie “Unplanned,” is demanding answers, after the movie’s Twitter account was temporarily suspended.
Mike Lindell, the “My Pillow” CEO and one of the films producers, is now demanding answers.
Why did Jack and @Twitter suspend the @unplannedmovie account? They don’t want you to see this movie! Make your voices heard and tell your friends to go see the movie this weekend! #unplanned #unplannedmovie @_AshleyBratcher https://t.co/MzZbs2Oq3l
— Mike Lindell (@realMikeLindell) March 30, 2019
The Hollywood Reporter reported that the Twitter account for the anti-abortion movie Unplanned was briefly suspended on Saturday, but has been restored to Twitter.
After several users screenshotted notices of the suspension on the service and tagged Twitter and its co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey, the account returned.
“Thank you everyone for your support in letting @Jack & @Twitter know when our Unplanned Movie account was recently suspended without cause. We are back and excited for the great response we’re getting in theaters this weekend. #grateful,” read its first tweet after the disappearance.
According to Twitter, Unplanned was not suspended on purpose, but rather was linked to another account that had violated Twitter’s rules.
When one account violates those rules, the system then cracks down on linked accounts to mitigate the risk that the original, banned account would simply move accounts. After reviewing this case a second time, Twitter decided the Unplanned account should not be affected by the other’s suspension and restored it.
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