Twitter said that it had adjourned many accounts that had claimed to be owned by Black supporters of united states President and his re-election campaign. Therefore, the accounts have broken the rules on spam and platform handling.
As pert twitter’s spokesperson, their teams are working industriously to examine the activities and it will take action in line with the social media’s rules if tweets are found to be in desecration.
The suspended accounts had shown that often used images of real people did not match with their names and they had posted similar language in their messages, along with the phrase, ‘Yes I am black and I am voting for Trump.’
The accounts occasionally appealed to be owned by military experts or law enforcement members.
A social media misinformation analyst has said that he had been following the accounts and has found more than 24 accounts that jointly had 265,000 retweets or Twitter mentions. He also said that the accounts ranged in size but few had fascinated tens of thousands of followers.
The company had declined to stipulate that many accounts have been suspended or to comment beyond its statement.
The social media’s policy against platform manipulation and spam forbid coordination amongst accounts to artificially influence chat, involving the use of several of bogus accounts.
Also, some of the used photos of Black American men had appeared in news articles.
Furthermore, most of the accounts were made back in 2017 but had become more active during August. All the accounts which were been tracked in the group had now been adjourned by the company, but the harm had already been made.