Yahoo reports that Twitter users have had accounts temporarily disabled even for hyperlinking to mainstream stories that contain a public figure's (Stephen Miller) personal information (cell number). If you visit this story on Yahoo, be advised that the cell number in the picture is no longer valid. But it is particularly disturbing that a blind (non-embedding) hyperlink got a user in trouble. This trend seems to be increasing.
Some hosting companies and services mention the idea of harm to their "goodwill" by unusual customer behavior in their AUP's. "Goodwill" isn't a real dictionary word, but generally means reputation for acting in the best interests of most customers (it's a common term in the life insurance business). This sounds more problematic given these times of "resentment politics", demands for "radical solidarity" and "skin in the game".