A study examining about 126,000 stories shared by some 3 million people on Twitter from 2006 to 2017 found that false news was about 70 percent more likely to be retweeted by people than true news.
The plaintiffs have accused Trump of blocking a number of accounts whose owners criticized, mocked or disagreed with him in replies to his tweets.
Twitter also said it would not allow people to use software to simultaneously perform other actions such as liking or retweeting from multiple accounts.
U.S. intelligence agencies concluded Russia sought to interfere in the election through a variety of cyber-enabled means to sow political discord and help President Donald Trump win.
Other celebrities are also criticizing the retailer, including LeBron James, who said, "We as African Americans will always have to break barriers."
Twitter said it would shut down accounts affiliated with non-government organizations that promote violence against civilians and ban usernames that constitute a violent threat or racial slur.
"I rode in a multicolor WV Bus and voted 34 times (30 for Jones, 3 Michelle Obama, 1 for myself of course)," a Twitter user mocked.
Tony Schwartz chimes in on President Trump's feud with LaVar Ball and says he is "losing a grip on reality."
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