January 13 According to Axios, the American social application Snapchat will permanently block Trump’s account on January 20.
It is reported that Snapchat’s main user group is under 30 years old, which is an important platform for the Trump digital campaign to reach young audiences.
The company said that in recent months, Trump’s account has frequently violated platform regulations, posting false information about the election and inciting violent conflict.
According to the report, Snapchat stopped pushing it to the “Discovery” page as early as July 2020, and Snapchat was the first social platform to announce the indefinite suspension of Trump’s account last week.
So far, after the riots in the U.S. Congress, Twitter, Canadian e-commerce platform Shopify and other platforms have announced a permanent ban on Trump’s accounts, while YouTube announced the suspension of Trump’s channels for at least a week on the 12th.