Since 2018, Twitter has frequentlydisclosed the results of its efforts to shut down networks of accounts with ties to state propaganda campaigns. The company said it has suspended or removed another 3,465 accounts connected to eight operations in six countries.
Most of the accounts were suspended for violating platform manipulation and spam policies. All content linked to the campaigns has been scrubbed.
By far the biggest network of accounts Twitter removed this time around was one that...
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