Twitter Suspended 166,513 Accounts During the Second Half of 2018 for Promoting Terrorism

456,989 were removed for violations related to child sexual exploitation

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Twitter suspended 166,513 accounts during the second half of 2018 for violations related to promotion of terrorism, along with a whopping 456,989 unique accounts for violations related to child sexual exploitation, the social network revealed in its latest biannual Twitter Transparency Report.

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