Imagine one day, you send out a tweet about your opinion on a recent government policy and someone replies to that tweet criticizing you and your views in an abusive way.* You decide to block this person because you do not agree with their views and abusive comments.* You post another tweet, but after posting it you realize that there is a spelling error in it so you delete the tweet.* This normally happens on Twitter with zero consequences for normal every day users, which is nothing to write home about.
Siddique, Bryan C.
"Tweets That Break The Law: How The President's @RealDonaldTrump Twitter Account Is A Public Forum And His Use of twitter Violates The First Amendment And The President Records Act,"
Nova Law Review: Vol. 42
, Article 6.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/nlr/vol42/iss2/6