Twitter Security announced today that it will implement a new policy for spam content with its official account. Social media giant Twitter will impose sanctions for accounts that share copied tweets, that is, copypasta, which many users complain about. The company, which first made a statement on this subject in 2020, thinks that there has been an increase in copypasta content recently.
Twitter is constantly on the agenda with Elon Musk’s acquisition news and recent changes. Finally, Elon Musk’s statement about Donald Trump’s lifting the Twitter ban drew attention. So, what sanctions will Twitter impose on users who share copied content? Let’s take a look at the news together.
Twitter will limit accounts with duplicated tweets!
Twitter Security announced in a statement from its own account that it will impose sanctions on users who share copied tweets. Elon Musk stated that besides Twitter being a more free democratic platform, it should also be cleaned from spam accounts.
If the social media platform detects an infringement in the shared post, it will limit the following: will implement;
- Will not show duplicated tweets in Tops and Trends.
- Will not recommend the account with the copied tweet on the timeline of unfollowers.
Twitter explained that sharing similar content or the same posts is sometimes a tactic, but this situation degrades the experience of other users. The company stated that users who see the infringing posts in the post on their blog account should click the Notify option from the three dots section in the tweets to take action.
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