Twitter Reportedly Purged 58 Million Accounts in Just Three Months
Gizmodo --------- Twitter has pursued various efforts to make its platform a less nightmarish place and, in recent months, those measures have reportedly taken the form of a sustained mass purge. According to data obtained by the Associated Press, the social network suspended 58 million accounts in the last quarter of 2017. Asked for comment, Twitter would not confirm the AP’s specific findings to Gizmodo, instead pointing to two company blog posts from this year, one detailing how it’s curbing bots and another noting why users might see drops in their follower counts. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.