Twitter, which is among the most popular social media platforms, does not allow users under the age of 13 to be on the social media platform. Twitter also closes the social media accounts of people who open an account before the age of 13. The last example of this situation was the closure of Aleyna Tilki’s account.
Aleyna Tilki’s account was closed and most of her posts were deleted. Aleyna Tilki deciphered my Twitter identity and that I was from the 2000s in her post. She closed my account for violating the rules by using Twitter before I was 13. I just reopened my account… Most of my tweets have been deleted. Oof, I’m 18 years old and I’m still having problems. Even Twitter messes with my age, I’m sick of it,” she said.
Twitter’s seriousness about age has been brought up in a joke before. The purpose of this little joke, which argues that if you change your date of birth to a certain day, you will gain new features, was to make your age appear younger than 13, so that your account will be closed.
On the other hand, there was no statement on the subject from Twitter.