Twitter suspended over 70M accounts since May. Here’s a better solution.

Twitter has gone to war with fake and suspicious accounts — for real this time. According to a report from The Washington Post, the world’s most toxic social platform has suspended more than a million accounts per day — some 70 million in total — since the beginning of May. The pace, at least for now, doesn’t appear to be slowing. After Congressional pressure last October in an effort to understand how Russia used fake accounts and bots to influence the US presidential election, Twitter has more than doubled its rate of suspensions. Its aggressive removal of unwanted accounts underscores…

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