North Idaho Internet Provider Blocks Facebook, Twitter on Its Service Over Censorship

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An internet service provider out of north Idaho has blocked Facebook and Twitter from its WiFi service over customer concerns about widespread Big Tech censorship.

Your T1 WIFI , which provides internet access to the North Idaho and Spokane region, told customers in an email that the social media giants would be blocked from its services by Wednesday, Jan. 13.

“It has come to our attention that Twitter and Facebook are engaged in censorship of our customers and information,” the email to customers read.

“There are too many people that have called for us to do one [customer] at a time so we will be blocking [Facebook and Twitter] and any other website that may also be Censoring (sic) whether it be through their algorithm they use for their site or any other means.”

“Our company does not believe a website or social networking site has the authority to censor what you see and post and hide information from you, stop you from seeing what your friends and family are posting,” the email continued. “This is why with the amount of concerns, we have made this decision to block these two websites from being accessed from our network.”

A spokesman for Your T1 WIFI added that they’re only blocking the sites for customers who asked for it, and those who still want to access the Big Tech sites may do so.

“We’ve had customers asked to be blocked by it. That is what the email was about, so no we are not blocking anybody, only the ones that have asked for it,” Fink told KREM.

This comes as other countries, including Germany, France, and Mexico, condemned on Monday the permanent ban of President Trump spearheaded by Twitter and Facebook.

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