Bruised egos in the offing as Twitter sharpens its axe
If you soon notice a steep drop in your number of Twitter followers, it’s because the social media giant is embarking on a huge clean-up campaign
Twitter has taken a step back from its new plans to clean up the social network.
Last week, the company said it would cull millions of dormant or inactive accounts, with a proposal to begin the implementation in the EU from December 11. A few days on, however, it subsequently announced a pause to the move to deal with concerns raised by users.
The initial plan included removing accounts set up by people who have since...
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