It wasn’t quite a Thanos-level extinction event, but the Twitter purge came, it took, and it conquered.
On Thursday, Twitter commenced the deletion of accounts it deemed “inactive.” That means accounts owned by people who’ve stopped using the platform and didn’t bother to try to reactivate when Twitter sent them a message asking what’s up, and bots that Twitter flagged for exhibiting erratic behavior who didn’t answer that same “what’s up?” email — because the accounts don’t actually belong to real people. Read more…
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Author: Rachel Kraus
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