I customarily cross-post to Twitter when I write a new post here. That may change soon. The evidence I have examined is strongly suggestive that Twitter engages in viewpoint-based censorship by asserting its "standards" in a very non-uniform manner. Twitter is a private company. They can do this. But I can vote with my feet if Twitter doesn't want to remain neutral in viewpoint suppression. As a blogger, and irrespective of personal views of the speaker, I am sensitive to the long-term, dire consequences that will result if large businesses and/or governments succeed in limiting expression of entire swaths of opinions. I was particularly disturbed when I read that Twitter had blocked the account of Glenn Reynolds, a pioneering law/politics/current events blogger known as Instapundit. He made an ill-considered point in a rather rough way, but, at the same time, individuals advocating the murder of police officers go unpunished. This is unjustifiable if one assumes that Twitter is viewpoint neutral in its censoring.
I don't approve of or condone all of the messages that have resulted in some high-profile account banning of late on Twitter, but the simple fact is that Twitter has permitted far worse commentary to remain on Twitter without consequence. Maybe this behavior explains, in part, why Twitter is likely up for sale.