Twitter announced the move today in a blog written by legal, policy and trust and safety lead Vijaya Gadde. It means that accounts that have been locked for at least a month, and in most cases significantly longer, will be removed from follower counts.
Campaign understands there are tens of millions of accounts that Twitter has locked after a sudden change in account behaviour is detected. When this happens, Twitter contacts the owner, but if...
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