Twitter Refused 70 Million Accounts In May And June

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Twitter Refused 70 Million accounts in May and June. Twitter has removed more than one million accounts a day in recent months. In May and June, it involved 70 million accounts.


Since October last year, the number of suspended accounts has more than doubled, Twitter confirms to The Washington Post.

Twitter has started to take action against people who abuse the platform. It includes the number of fake news and misleading information.

In March, changes in the algorithm were declared, through this bad behaviour can be recognised.

Twitter published a message in June, in which the company explains how spam and abuse are handled.

It states that the weekly 10 million accounts were examined for authenticity.

Users had to confirm their report via a telephone number or e-mail address.

Deleting accounts may, according to an initiator of The Washington Post, result in the number of Twitter users dropping in the second quarter. The company did not react to that.

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