It would be interesting to know more about this, imo.
For instance, can a person demand to have all their content deleted from Twitter or Facebook?
To do so makes nonsense of discussions they participate in
"Twitter received 47,572 legal demands to remove content specifying 198,931 accounts. This record-breaking number of accounts specified for content removal is now the largest ever that Twitter has received since our first transparency report. The 10% increase in the total number of legal demands in this reporting period is another record-breaking number that makes this transparency report historically significant ..."
Insights into legal demands to remove content from Twitter and Periscope, and other requests to remove content based on local law(s) from around the world.
For now I have restored the deleted posts to their original position in the affected threads, but with the actual content replaced by 'Reply removed at user's own request'
in order to try to preserve the continuity of those threads. I have not restored Viswa's
thread, however, pending better legal advice