A US federal judge has ruled that President Trump violated the US constitution by blocking Twitter users who disagree with him.
Twitter has suspended over one million accounts for "promotion of terrorism" since 2015, claiming its efforts have begun to make the platform "an undesirable place" to call for violence.
Twitter said it began enforcing new rules Monday aimed at filtering out "hateful" and "abusive" content on the social network.
Twitter had to implement safeguards after its outgoing employee deleted U.S. President Donald J. Trump's account on the platform.
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