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Twitter Begins The Process Of Getting rid Of Fake Accounts


Elon Musk Via Twitter

The American billionaire and owner of the Twitter platform, Elon Musk, announced today, Thursday, December 1, 2022, that Twitter has begun the process of purging the platform from fake accounts.

Musk said in a tweet on his official account on the popular social networking platform, "Twitter is starting to delete a lot of spam (fraudulent) accounts at the moment, so you may see a decrease in the number of followers."

It is noteworthy that Musk acquired the Twitter platform in a deal worth $ 44 billion, in late October, after he previously announced that he would withdraw from it.

Musk's threat to abandon the Twitter acquisition deal came because of what he said the platform had not disclosed the percentage of fake accounts in it.

However, the network resorted to the judiciary in order to oblige Musk, owner of Tesla and founder of SpaceX for space flights, which prompted him to reverse his decision to abandon the deal.

Earlier, Musk announced a record rise in the number of new users on the popular platform.

Mohamed Al-Rawi is a professional journalist since 2011, a media graduate from Kuwait University, a technology expert, a media consultant and a member of the International Organization of Journalists - a member of the fact-checking team at Meta Company. He writes in the fields of entertainment, art, science and technology, and believes that the pen can change everything.