Twitter suspends accounts it says were linked to the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

A FILE PHOTO of The Twitter logo is displayed on a screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, united states of america, September 28, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Twitter has suspended thousands of accounts, it said on Friday, have been linked to a significant state-backing the information of origin and in the United arab Emirates.

In a public blog, Twitter said that it had disposed of about 5,929 accounts, which include focused discussions about the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in violation of the “platform for manipulation of the policy. It was also the content posted on these accounts will be added.

Reuters was not immediately able to contact the Saudi arabian representatives of the government, on Friday,

Twitter said the accounts will be represented as “the heart of a part of a larger network of more than 88,000 accounts have been active in the anti-spam problem in a wide range of issues”. Twitter said it had suspended all these accounts in one place.

“In the first place, the accounts reinforce the messages that are favourable to the Saudi authorities, mainly due to the non-authentic, the involvement of the tactics, such as aggressive, like it, retweet it and reply to it,” he said.

Twitter said in September it suspended the account of the former-the Saudi royal court advisor, Saud al-Qahtani, and others, are linked to the Saudi government.

The latest suspensions follow the investigation by Twitter’s web site, the integrity of the team. While the majority of the content that was in Arabic, which means “pertaining to the events that are relevant to the Western public,” the company said in a blog post.

Reporting to the Marine End; Editing by Alexander Smith

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