Moving ahead with its tirade against fake and malicious accounts. as well as bots that generate automated messages on the platform, Twitter has announced that it has removed more than 143,000 apps from the micro-blogging service since April. The company said that the crackdown is a result of tightening access to its application programming interfaces (APIs) that allows developers to make automated Twitter posts. The news comes almost three weeks after Twitter announced that it has suspended over 70 million fake accounts on the platform in the months of May and June.
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