Apparently, some of the content that was featured in my expose of the “Speedy Gonzales” deal falls foul of Twitter’s privacy policies. Yours truly wonders how their attention was drawn to this alleged infraction in the first place? Is it possible that someone complained? Someones must be on heat because of the several postings in connection with the “Speedy Gonzales” RM99.693 millions contract involving Geeko Tech Sdn Bhd , HERE, HERE, HERE.
As you can see from the post in question, HERE, yours truly had not used any private or confidential material to make the case – any pictures and screenshots of profiles are in public domain and accessible to anyone with a Facebook or Linkedin account. So regardless of whether it’s Twitter’s privacy policies or Malaysia’s Personal Data Protection (PDPA) regulations, yours truly is confident that yours truly did not overstep the boundaries.
Yours truly has appealed to Twitter to unlock yours truly’s account on these grounds and yours truly hopes to be back online soon.