Twitter has suspended accounts linked to the QAnon conspiracy theorist group

         
Twitter has suspended accounts linked to the QAnon conspiracy theorist group

The Twitter algorithm does not detect sites and tweets associated with Trump-friendly group websites and accounts.

Twitter has deleted more than 7,000 accounts associated with the QAnon informal group on issues of abuse and harassment, claiming it limits the spread of conspiracy theories by its supporters.
The Fringe Group claims that "deep state" traitors are plotting against US President Donald Trump. In online conspiracies, the term "deep state" is used to refer to a combination of the elite in the fields of intelligence, politics, business, and entertainment, quoting QAnon's principles - without credible evidence - as "deep states". "The secret is in the war. With the Republican president.
Qian claimed that members of the Democratic Party were behind the international criminal networks and that its members were harassing Trump's political opponents on social media.
Twitter said on Tuesday that it does not serve QAeon-linked content and accounts in the trends and recommendations and prevents group-linked URLs from being shared on the platform.
“We have made it clear that we will take strong action on the behavior, which will lead to offline losses,” the social media giant said on Tuesday.
"In line with this view, this week we are taking the next steps called the 'QAnon' service."
"We will permanently suspend those who engage in the breach of our multi-account policy by tweeting about these things we know about coordinating abuse around individual victims or preventing a previous suspension attempt."
A Twitter spokesperson said 150,000 accounts would also be hidden from trends and searches. The social media giant has decided to take action against QAnon as its followers are causing increasing losses.
QAnon's content has spread widely on mainstream social media platforms such as Facebook, Tic Tac Toe, Twitter and YouTube. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
Nearly 1,000 advertisers have announced on Twitter that they are taking a decision, demanding more aggressive action on content that promotes violence and hatred.
In April, Facebook deleted 20 accounts, five pages and six groups associated with QAnon.

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