It's 2017 and Twitter's Arab Spring euphoria is long over.
We've traded Gamergate for Pizzagate. Trump uses his account as a literal bully pulpit. Journalists receive death threats in 140 characters (well, now 280). Leslie Jones has been forced to perform double duty as a troll buster. And even Twitter co-founder Biz Stone struggles to get neo-Nazis booted.
For those of us without millions of followers, relief can seem more elusive still.
What happens to our abuse reports? Which ones are addressed and which go unresolved? How long does the process take?
MuckTweet helps keep you in the loop.
Whenever you report a user or tweet on Twitter.com, the MuckTweet browser extension makes a record. It then automatically checks the site for updates on that report—no extra work needed on your part. All information is stored locally on your computer and is never sent elsewhere.
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