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Twitter has purged more than 70 million fake accounts in an effort to restore trust in its platform, and in the process costing politicians, celebrities, and other personalities a few thousand to millions of followers following the purge.
The purged accounts are part of the controversy surrounding the online spread of fake news and misinformation.
On Tech Tuesday, we talk about why the purge matters. We also learn more about why Microsoft is calling for regulation of facial-recognition software.
- Dante Disparte, founder and CEO, Risk Cooperative
- Drew Harwell, national technology reporter, Washington Post
- Russell Holly, contributing editor, Android Central