Twitter makes a change in an effort to slow down spammers


In an effort to stop spammers from taking over Twitter, the social media app is limiting the number of followers that can be added to an account on a single day. Previously that number was 1,000 and a tweet from the Twitter Safety account (yes, that is a thing) reveals that the new cap is 400. This is supposed to prevent spammers from adding a large number of followers and then deleting them in a “bulk, aggressive or indiscriminate manner” that violates Twitter’s rules.
By adding all these followers, spammers hope that the majority will follow them back. Those that …

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