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Twitter Announces Crackdown On User Accounts Copy Pasting Content



How copypasta looks like.

You’re likely to read the same tweet from different users as you scroll down the timeline. Known as copypasta, the unethical trend of stealing creative content from others has seen Twitter crack the whip in order to give the original creators the upper hand.

This trend is mostly common with big accounts who target the smaller accounts and steal their content and push as theirs.

In latest update, Twitter now say they’ll be flagging accounts copy pasting contents and limit their reach. Your audience reachability will be minimized and earmarked as an offender which risks your account from being suspended. Twitter has been merciless lately to accounts that flout their rules.

Maybe it’s time people put their creativity right in place don’t you think?

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