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Taylor Lorenz Suspended by Twitter

Twitter shut down the accounts of Washington Post activist Taylor Lorenz who is famous for doxing Chaya Raichik who runs the Libs of TikTok account. There is no reason yet provided to justify her ban.

Lorenz was the focus of debate after she revealed Raichik's identity as well as her residence, as part of a hit article posted on the Libs of TikTok account due to the disclosure of medical centers that offer “gender-affirming care” on minor children. Lorenz and other progressives have accused Raichik of encouraging violence against transgender people as well as medical professionals who carry out unproven surgical procedures on children.

The activist had just scrubbed her Twitter account and there were just three tweets on her account when she was suspended.

In her latest tweet, Lorenz asked Twitter CEO Elon Musk to comment regarding a story relating to the decision he made to ban seven other activists from the media for revealing his current location through the site. The company has since reinstated their accounts. She posted on TikTok in order to update her followers of her suspension.

In addition, the activist wrote an essay on her Substack in which she revealed the reason why she “only had three tweets live on my account when it was banned” and the other activist, Drew Harwell, who was also suspended and had been “working on a story involving Musk.”

Lorenz stated that when she logged onto Twitter to check whether Musk replied she found she had been suspended and received “zero communication from the company on why I was suspended or what terms I violated.”

She went on to say: “Twitter has served as an essential real time news source and played a crucial role in the journalism world, but Musk's arbitrary suspensions of journalists who report on him should worry anyone who values free speech and expression.”

This comes in the wake of the dispute between Musk and the media over the disclosure of his location. Musk banned their accounts following an incident where an unidentified person threatened a car that was carrying his son, who is 2 years old.

Although he hasn't yet disclosed the reason behind Lorenz's suspension, it won't be long before he provides an explanation.

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