Twitter had notified account holders directly about withholding their content and let them know that it received a legal order pertaining to their tweets.
Now that the two-week customary time period of mourning for Prince Philip has come to an end, the profile picture on the @RoyalFamily account has changed to a solitary one of the Queen smiling.
Their submission was: "Fauda meets Edward Scissorhands, meets Westside Story."
"@Twitter suspended me again by 'mistake' yesterday after I tweeted, ‘He is risen.' Everyone knows that’s a LIE, and it was no mistake."
Many responses pointed out that the account was using the Shoah and murder of six million Jews to push an agenda.
The anonymous account suspended by Twitter, GnasherJew, was a leading source of allegations of Antisemitism against the UK Labour Party and its then-leader Jeremy Corbyn during the 2019 election.
"Platforms should not be held liable if a particular piece of content evades its detection—that would be impractical for platforms with billions of posts per day," wrote Zuckerberg.