Yesterday afternoon, I discovered my Twitter accounts had been suspended
Twitter claims, “[when] we permanently suspend an account, we notify people that they have been suspended for abuse violations, and explain which policy or policies they have violated and which content was in violation,” yet I did not receive any communications from Twitter related to the suspension – it came as a bit of a surprise (https://help.twitter.com/en/rules-and-policies/enforcement-options)
I filed an appeal on the day of the suspension, and received a response on October 28:
Your account was suspended because it appears you may be managing a number of Twitter accounts. Operating multiple accounts with overlapping use cases, such as identical or similar personas or substantially similar content, is a violation of the platform manipulation Twitter Rules.
As one account has already been selected for restoration, other accounts you control with overlapping use cases will remain suspended.
Please do not reply to this message as this email address is not monitored.
Almost all my accounts registered with my domain were suspended
In the mean time, @PaultheYorkie remains active
I’ll continue updating this post with any developments
20200728: Two weeks have passed since I discovered my Twitter accounts were suspended and filed my initial appeal, and no response has emerged. If you’re reading this and would like to help, please consider Tweeting @TwitterSupport and mentioning @yetieater that they might take appropriate action