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Twitter responds to Brussels police request for ‘radio silence’ with kittens

Given the technology advancement both on hardware and software available today, authorities have increasingly had to ask users to tone down on what they are sharing on the internet as events takes place.

This was the case in the Belgian capital of Brussels as the local police conducted an operation in central Brussels in related terror threats level after the November 13 terror attacks in Paris. Local Twitter users and journalists took to social media and share what they heard and saw, using the hastag “#BrusselsLockdown”, users managed to adhere to police requests and subvert the nervous tension that had been encasing the city with the popular domestic pet.

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