Twitter Suspended More Than 1 2 Million Accounts for 'Terrorism Content'
Twitter says it has suspended more than 1.2 million accounts for “terrorism content” between August 2015 and December 2017. The announcement is part of the social media company’s 12th biannual Twitter Transparency Report.
Twitter says of those accounts suspended, 93% were flagged by “internal, proprietary tools” and 74% were suspended even before their first Tweet.
Twitter also says they are committed to transparency and it’s “one of the most important ways we can continue to protect freedom of expression.”