Twitter Permanently Suspends Over 70,000 Accounts Primarily Dedicated to QAnon Content

Tweets labeled for violations of the social network’s civic integrity policy can no longer be liked, replied to or retweeted

Twitter began limiting visibility of QAnon content last July tomazl/iStock

Outgoing President Donald Trump wasn’t the only one to lose his tweeting privileges in the wake of last Wednesday’s violent breach of the U.S. Capitol, as Twitter said it began the process last Friday of permanently suspending over 70,000 accounts that were primarily dedicated to sharing content related to conspiracy theory QAnon.

@9Number9 david.cohen@adweek.com David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily.
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