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Twitter will remove the inactive accounts at December

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Published on Nov 27, 2019

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Twitter will remove the inactive accounts at December

As reported by The Verge, Twitter has started to send e-mail to users with inactive accounts, asking them to log on before 11 December or at the risk of losing their account and user name for always. Any account that has not logged in for 6 months or more will be removed.

A spokesman for the company explained their reasoning for the deletion of the account via an e-mail to The Verge:

“As part of our commitment to serve the public conversation, we are working to clean up inactive accounts to present information in a more accurate and credible which people can trust on Twitter. Part of this effort is to encourage people to access and actively use Twitter when they register an account, as indicated in our policy relative to inactive accounts. We started to send e-mail to many accounts that have not logged in to Twitter for more than six months, informing them that their accounts may be permanently removed due to prolonged inactivity.”

Users with inactive account will receive an e-mail entitled “do Not lose access to @ (username)” with the following message:

Hello,

To continue to use Twitter, you must agree to the terms, the privacy policy and the use of the cookie current. This not only allows you to make the best decisions on the information that you share with us, but also allows you to continue using your account. But first, you need to log in and follow the instructions on the screen before the 11th of December 2019, otherwise your account will be removed from Twitter.

The company stated that the process to make available again the user names of the accounts deleted “will take place in the course of many months, not just in a single day.“

 

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