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You’ll now be able to identify Twitter bot accounts by a label

17/02/2022

Update (February 17, 2022): Twitter’s now allowing all automated accounts to put a label — so you can identify them as bot accounts. The company began experimenting with this feature last September, and making it available to a wider audience starting today.  Get your bots in here! Remember when we chatted about...
Update (February 17, 2022): Twitter’s now allowing all automated accounts to put a label — so you can identify them as bot accounts. The company began experimenting with this feature last September, and making it available to a wider audience starting today.  Get your bots in here! Remember when we chatted about all things, #GoodBots? Well now we are celebrating the bots who make a positive contribution to Twitter, all over the world. pic.twitter.com/e1OqJjRZiG — Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) February 16, 2022 However, there’s no detail available about how developers can apply these labels, and how Twitter will verify these applications.…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter
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