Twitter has locked out users suspected of signing up as preteens for over a month

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After the rollout of GDPR, Twitter started locking out accounts en masse if it suspected users were under the age of 13. Now, more than a month later, many affected users — who say they’re now old enough to use the service — remain locked out of their accounts, and it’s not clear when the company will restore access to their…Read More
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