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Twitter removed Kanye West tweet due to Doxxing known as breaching

A Twitter post from Kanye West has been withdrawn after Kanye West tweeted out the personal mobile number of a top magazine ‘Forbes’ editor. The act of publishing someone else’s private information without permission — known as doxxing — is considered a violation of Twitter’s policies. The tweet was Live for about 30 minutes Wednesday afternoon before it was removed for violating Twitter rules. Let us see Kanye West deleted tweet about Forbes and why twitter imposed Doxxing.


The tweet had approximately more than 17,000 retweets before it was being deleted just before 2 p.m. As per Twitter this is called doxxing, a breach of the privacy of any person.

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Twitter Private information policy


You may not publish or post other people’s private information without their express authorization and permission. We also prohibit threatening to expose private information or incentivizing others to do so.

Sharing someone’s private information online without their permission, sometimes called doxxing, is a breach of their privacy and of the Twitter Rules. Sharing private information can pose serious safety and security risks for those affected and can lead to physical, emotional, and financial hardship.

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What is in violation of this policy?

Under this policy, you can’t share the following types of private information, without the permission of the person who it belongs to:

  • home address or physical location information, including street addresses, GPS coordinates or other identifying information related to locations that are considered private;
  • identity documents, including government-issued IDs and social security or other national identity numbers – note: we may make limited exceptions in regions where this information is not considered to be private;
  • contact information, including non-public personal phone numbers or email addresses;
  • financial account information, including bank account and credit card details; and
  • other private information, including biometric data or medical records.

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