Most of the Twitter users are not aware of the rules of micro blogging site.
Therefore, before tweeting, you need to know about some of its rules.
Ignoring the rules of Twitter can sometimes cost you dearly.
New Delhi. Twitter is a very popular micro blogging site around the world. Millions of people use it. However, most users are such that they are not aware of the rules of Twitter. While creating an account on Twitter, they do not read its rules properly and do not try to know. In such a situation, ignoring the rules can sometimes cost users dearly. So if you do Twitter too, then you must be aware of some rules.
Actually, Twitter is a sensitive platform in many respects, so you have to take care of many things and if you are careless while tweeting, then you may also have to bear the brunt of it. Not only this, your slightest negligence can send you to jail and big legal action can also be taken against you.
Although this can be avoided by using Twitter in a safe way, then let us tell you what things you should keep in mind while tweeting, so that you do not get into any trouble and can use Twitter safely.
Do not tweet in abusive language
If you use abusive language against a particular person in your tweet, then action can be taken against you under IT rules on such tweet. You may have to go to jail for tweeting like this. Therefore, avoid using any abusive language while tweeting.
Avoid commenting against a particular caste
If you make a comment against a particular caste or community in your tweet or use caste-specific words, then legal action can be taken against you. You may even have to go to jail for this. In such a situation, you should avoid using such words against anyone while tweeting.
Do not share objectionable pictures
Even if you share an objectionable picture of a person through Twitter, you may have to go to jail, or you may have to go to court. Although, in most cases, Twitter itself blocks such tweets, but if it does not happen and someone gets to know about it, then they can also complain on this matter, which can lead to action against you.