Payment processor Stripe joins Twitter & other platforms in banning or restricting Trump following Capitol violence
"All the platforms that have banned or restricted Trump so far", 11 Jan 2021
Platforms are rapidly removing Donald Trump’s account or accounts affiliated with pro-Trump violence and conspiracies, like QAnon and #StoptheSteal.
... Reddit has banned the subreddit group "r/DonaldTrump," a spokesperson confirmed to Axios on Friday.
... Shopify took down two online stores affiliated with Trump — his organization and his campaign's merchandise sites — for violating its policies on supporting
... Twitter announced Friday the platform will permanently ban President Trump's account effective immediately.
... Google has pulled Parler, a social media app for conservatives and far-right extremists.
... YouTube is accelerating its enforcement of election misinformation and voter fraud claims against Trump and other channels.
... Facebook banned Donald Trump from posting on his Facebook accounts for at least the next two weeks until the transition of power to President-elect Joe Biden is complete.
... Instagram banned Donald Trump from posting on his Facebook accounts for at least the next two weeks until the transition of power to President-elect Joe Biden is complete.
... Snapchat disabled Trump's Snapchat account Wednesday because it believes the account promotes and spreads hate and incites violence, a spokesperson said.
... TikTok is removing content violations and redirecting hashtags like #stormthecapitol and #patriotparty to its community guidelines.
... Apple on Friday threatened to remove right-wing-friendly social media app Parler from its App Store if Parler doesn’t lay out a plan to moderate its content.
... Discord says it has banned server The Donald, per journalist Casey Newton.
... Pinterest has been limiting hashtags related to pro-Trump topics such as #StopTheSteal since around the November election, a spokesperson said.
WHAT: Stripe will no longer process payments for President Trump's campaign, which continued to fundraise.
The bottom line: Trump is quickly losing access to all the platforms where he once was able to spread his message freely, but groups of his supporters will still be able to gather online.