Twitter declares that it will respond to appeals of suspensions
Twitter, a microblogging platform, announced on Wednesday that it would respond to all appeals regarding account reinstatements and suspensions within three days.
In a tweet on Wednesday, Twitter Wellbeing said: ” We have been working on reducing the amount of time it takes to review an appeal and make a reinstatement decision since we announced our new suspension appeal criteria.”
In the tweet, Twitter Wellbeing added that our group is presently taking care of most requests in 3 days or less.
However, the tweet states that “a small percentage of appeals” (They added that appeals are delayed especially when multiple accounts have been established or the suspension occurred more than a few years ago.
Safety at Twitter added: We will respond to all requests, and if you haven’t heard from us yet, we appreciate your patience.”
Paid Two-Factor Authentication Twitter announced on Friday that only paid subscribers will be permitted to use text messages as a two-factor authentication (2FA) method to protect their accounts.
According to a tweet from the firm, “Only Twitter Blue subscribers will be allowed to utilise SMS texts as their two-factor verification method after March 20.”
In order to increase account security, two-factor authentication requires account holders to use a second authentication method in addition to a password. Twitter offers two-factor authentication via a security key, authentication app, and text message.