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MrsMith
13 weeks ago

When a country decides to block an individual website, can they actually accomplish their goal? I’m curious how effective Turkey’s attempt to block Twitter...

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hughye
17 weeks ago

I'm trying to organize the people I follow on Twitter into category lists by how I know them so that the feeds make more sense to me...

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tganley
18 weeks ago

How can I block a friend that constantly Tweets and re-Tweets things in which I have no interest? I don’t want to hurt her feelings, so I don’t want to her...

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