Up until now, social media accounts and accounts for “fake news” had been easy to find and use.
The problem was that some of them would be incredibly popular and often linked to real accounts, meaning you could find accounts for all manner of things, including conspiracy theories, propaganda, and outright lies.
Now, it seems that Twitter has taken a major step towards cracking down on these “spoof” accounts and “fake” accounts, by removing the ability to use those accounts as a way to spread “fake information” on social media.
Social engineering, a term coined by the German sociologist Hans-Joachim Söderly, refers to the practice of manipulating people into believing things that they don’t want to believe.
It was originally coined to describe how an individual can trick someone into believing something by convincing them that something they don’st want to hear is true.
Twitter, however, isn’t just a social media company, it’s also a platform that people can interact with and interact with friends, and that includes the people who are actively using it as a platform to spread misinformation.
A recent tweet from Twitter says that its “tweets” team is investigating the possibility that some accounts were promoted to promote misinformation on Twitter.
Twitter has since made it clear that it will remove any accounts that are promoting false information and disinformation on Twitter, as long as they’re using it for “community engagement.”
This is not the first time Twitter has been asked to crack down on fake accounts and fake accounts.
Earlier this month, Twitter took action against accounts that promoted hoaxes and “bogus news” by making it easier for users to report them, and it recently removed a large number of accounts that used fake accounts to spread fake news.
The company has also taken steps to protect its users by making a list of verified accounts it has blocked on its service.