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1. Before I stopped going there , a couple months or so after he bought it...
Wed Mar 1, 2023, 02:25 PM
Mar 2023

I was still reporting tweets like those mentioned above. As of about a month ago, I was still getting notifications that tweets were removed/people suspended or banned, some of them were even for reports that I made months ago.

Granted there's no longer the moderation team they once had, but auto-moderation is still picking up the most current ones if they're reported, as far as I know. I also believe they sort of aggregate reporting, so that if a number of people report one person, everyone who reported them gets notified, whether the tweet you personally reported was the straw that broke the camel's back. I don't have evidence of this, except the number of times notifications included tweets I didn't report.

Doesn't want to make me go back there, tho.

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