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[-]  14-02-18 23:43

No one can tell Russian bots from average trolls on Twitter, and that's a very bad thing
Twitter's decision to simply delete the tweets of accounts it says are part of a Russian-linked propaganda bot army has proven to be really short-sighted because, well, it turns out that those tweets are really similar to your average Twitter troll. And telling the difference is a crucial, if difficult, task that the average user needs to be able to do in order to operate more safely on the platform.
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