Twitter to remove accounts created solely to promote other social platforms

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Twitter announced on Sunday that it will remove accounts created solely to promote other social platforms, as well as content containing links or usernames.

The change would affect content from Meta Platforms’ Facebook and Instagram, as well as Mastodon, Truth Social, Tribel, Nostr, and Post, while allowing cross-content posting, Twitter support said in a tweet. The policy change follows other erratic behaviour at Twitter since Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, purchased the social network. He fired top executives and laid off thousands of workers while deciding how much to charge for Twitter’s subscription service, Twitter Blue.

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Twitter to remove accounts created solely to promote other social platforms

Twitter announced on Sunday that it will remove accounts created solely to promote other social platforms, as well as content containing links or usernames.

The change would affect content from Meta Platforms’ Facebook and Instagram, as well as Mastodon, Truth Social, Tribel, Nostr, and Post, while allowing cross-content posting, Twitter support said in a tweet. The policy change follows other erratic behaviour at Twitter since Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, purchased the social network. He fired top executives and laid off thousands of workers while deciding how much to charge for Twitter’s subscription service, Twitter Blue.

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