WHY TWITTER IS FINALLY CRACKING DOWN ON FAKE ACCOUNTS

Twitter's attempt to clean its service of fake and malicious accounts may be bad news for celebrities losing millions from their follower counts, but it's likely to be good news for the company in the long run, analysts say.

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