More Speech

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More Speech

https://tolstoy.com/twitter-censorship-checker
Twitter censorship/shadowban checker

Desktop application that shows if replies to or from a Twitter user are being censored.

Check your replies to see if you're being censored (a "shadowban"). Check replies to a newsmaker to see how heavily Twitter censors replies to them.

The application uses browser automation to surf Twitter like a real user would, and writes HTML reports showing which tweets were censored.

Note: despite claims to the contrary, Twitter heavily censors all kinds of users. They don't limit it to just one group.

Documentation

See https://github.com/TolstoyDotCom/more-speech for documentation.





Licensing

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5 October 2018




Leaders and contributors

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Chris Kelly author


Resources and communication

Software prerequisites

KindDescription
Required to useFirefox (version 47; bundled on Windows)
Weak prerequisiteTwitter testing account (to record tweets hidden to that account)
Required to useJava JRE (to run) or JDK (to build). JRE is bundled on Windows.

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 5 October 2018.



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