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Twitter moves against QAnon, suspending accounts and blocking URLs


Twitter Inc. is cracking down on QAnon.

In a series of tweets late Tuesday, Twitter

announced it will permanently suspend accounts related to the conspiracy-theory movement, as well as block URLs and work to keep QAnon activity out of search results.

NBC News reported the moves will affect about 150,000 QAnon-related accounts, and about 7,000 have already been banned for breaking Twitter’s policy against targeted harassment. The crackdown is partially intended to prevent QAnon accounts from “swarming” individual victims

“We’ve been clear that we will take strong enforcement action on behavior that has the…


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