CBS News: After years of trying to curb QAnon messaging, Twitter has now suspended more than 150,000 accounts

CBS News: After years of trying to curb QAnon messaging, Twitter has now suspended more than 150,000 accounts. “While Twitter monitored, collected data and tried to suppress the reach of QAnon accounts, it had stopped short of outright banning them. That changed after the Capitol riot. On January 12, six days after the insurrection, Twitter publicly disclosed it had suspended 70,000 accounts. A Twitter spokesperson now tells CBS News the number has more than doubled — with more than 150,000 accounts suspended for engaging in ‘sharing harmful QAnon-associated content at scale.'”

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