Slack Permanently Bans Libs Of TikTok, Claims Violation

Professional messaging platform Slack has permanently banned anti-woke platform Libs of TikTok from its platform due to an unexplained violation of its policies.

Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillion tweeted a screenshot of the email the company sent to Libs of TikTok founder Chaya Raichik explaining their decision to kick her off its platform.

Alongside the screenshot, Dillion, whose site sponsors Libs of TikTok, wrote, “@SlackHQ has permanently suspended @libsoftiktok. If your business is defending kids, Slack doesn’t want your money.”

From the screenshot, the email lets LOTT know that it violated its “Acceptable Use Policy.” “As highlighted in Slack’s Acceptable Use Policy, Slack may exercise its right to suspend or terminate your access,” the email reads. But it doesn’t state the exact violation the account was found guilty of.

“We have refunded the most recent monthly charge of $75 to your credit card. You can expect to see a refund on our card in 5-7 business days. We can provide you with a copy of the data stored in your Slack instance using an electronic file transfer service on request,” the email read further.

In response to the ban, Libs of TikTok said that the ban is some form of retaliation for her work to protect children.

“@SlackHQ is angry that an account is working to protect childhood innocence by educating people about mutilation surgeries, porn in schools, and inappropriate adult entertainment being presented to kids,” she tweeted.

After some backlash came out of Dillon’s post, an account belonging to Salesforce, the company that owns Slack, responded to him promising to look into the issue. However, rather than reinstate the suspended account or take some other step to explain the possible rationale behind the suspension, the account deleted the tweet.

Considering that Slack’s communications are internal, why the company decided to suspend LOTT beats reason.

The platform reshares TikTok videos of liberals talking about cultural issues such as gender identity. However, its messaging to the public is carried out on Twitter, and despite how provoking it is to Progressives, the validity of Slack’s decision is questionable as all the platform does is foster smooth communication between LOTT teams.